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EVGA 141-BL-E760-A1 Extended ATX Intel Motherboard
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Rating: 9.26/10
Carlos_B@NCIX
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Review Date: 07/01/10
Cons: ExpensiveHeatink near CPU made installing the Corsair H50 radiator on a 800D tower a problem on the exhaust fan. Had to install radiator at the top of the case.

Pros: EVGA for its support.Amazing Overclocking
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Had a very easy time installing this motherboard into my new tower. It's full of features and I was able to overclock my Core i7 920 D0 to 4.0ghz without any problems.
Essah_H@NCIX
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Review Date: 05/14/10
Cons: Hurts to kiss it good night(Is that really a con?)

Pros: GreatFull of featuresBest mobo next to its older bro
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Great in every possible way lifetime warranty(For me lifetime = 4 years until I rebuild) I bought this one in need of at least 1 pci slot. 9 sata, can take 6 cores, makes overclocking an art form. The only question is why haven't you bought one? Buy this and if you get a full functioning board you will be happy as can be.
paperthick@NCIX
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Review Date: 05/13/10
Cons: Price of admission

Pros: Abundance of connectors (you should easily find a home for all your USB and SATA devices), reliability, support, lifetime warranty, adequate passive cooling, style, capable of running two graphics cards at X16 (and a third at X8)
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I built a system centered around this board almost a year ago, and to this day nothing can touch it. With the capability to put up to 3 graphics cards in and the new Gulftown line, this platform will have a large amount of staying power. Of course, it is very important that being the heart of the system the motherboard is bullet proof and reliable. I am happy to report that even after nearly a year worth of abuse, the X58 Classified meets those criteria with ease. Also worthwhile to note is that while normally you don't get both stability and top notch performance in the same package, you do here. The weaknesses of your other components will begin to crop up before the motherboard surrenders. Highly recommended to the enthusiast who is tired of fiddling with sub-standard equipment that is willing to part with the money necessary to do so.
IDIEZ
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Review Date: 05/01/10
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first two boards were DOA, 3rd try was a charm. still have intermittent issues with IDE cdrom drives not being recognized. latest bios update didn't fix it either.. North bridge runs extremely HOT. costs too much, lack of features recommend trying a different model.
BKEATING
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Review Date: 04/28/10
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This thing delivers the most top end performance for Intel i7 Processors! Has no flaws! Have been using since October 2009 and not a single issue. Great Product! Supports both SLI and CrossfireX.
JDINFL
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Review Date: 04/25/10
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You want $400 for this motherboard, and it doesn't even support SATA 6.0? Wrong answer, try again!
Sab0t8ge@NCIX
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Review Date: 04/17/10
Cons: Price-tag

Pros: Out of this world overclocking capabilitiesGreat layoutOutstanding Quality
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I've had this for over 6 months now, its stable as hell on a nice 24/7 OC q 4.2ghz on air on the corei7 920. This is one hell of a board with great layout for your cards and the quality is outstanding. Just be aware of the EATX standard on this to make sure it fits your case.
ChadSH
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Review Date: 04/05/10
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Only problem that I had, was that I used the PCI slot for a wireless card WN311B, and the screws on the card hit the audio plugins on the board. I had to bend them up some to insert the wireless card. Love the board though, matches my Coolermaster HAF 932 Tower, and My Corsair Dominator GT 2000 Memory 12 Gigs and Memory Fans. I like the heartbeat, and the digital temp and error code display is just too cool if you have a tower that you can look through the side! Using an I7 960 with this board and Windows 7 64 Bit. Everything is working flawlessly.
Eric
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Review Date: 03/21/10
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Used in a new build in a CoolerMaster HAF 932 case with an i7-920 processor and 12GB Corsair DDR3 RAM, and very happy with speed and options. Would have liked additional internal USB ports, and even a standard floppy hook-up, but doing some workaround wiring to remedy this. Took a while to get the RAID-1 array set-up on it, but very impressed. Running two GeForce 9500 in SLI now, but may add additional cards later. Worked on first power up and runs cool & fast. Excellent!
one
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Review Date: 03/17/10
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where are the USB 3.0 ports?.... and holy sht! where are the SATA III ports??!!!... dissapointing!... 5 stars only for quality! all the rest, 1 star
sdebaun
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Review Date: 03/16/10
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This was my first build. I didn't want any problems so I got this motherboard and have not been disappointed. Besides the built in Dummy over-clocking, which is pretty sweet there's a lot of room for future upgrades here. 3 way SLI and what, 24GB Ram? Yea. Oh, I put this in the Raven01 and it's a nice combination. It's a work of art!
deno2001
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Review Date: 03/15/10
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it works perfect for me the only thing that lacks is the debug code display what does it do?
Emil
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Review Date: 03/13/10
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With a i7 975 and 12GB Corsair RAM plus Corsair Liquid Cooling System, this motherboard ROCKS!!!. Layout is perfect. MAKE sure you have a Case big enough for an Extended ATX. I was unable to connect my front Audio ports (at the computer case) to the motherboard audio pins. I read couple sites about this connection but never figure it out. Still unable to connect a headphone at the front port. Must connect it at the back port. Not big deal, and probably nothing related to the MOBO. 100% recommend this Motherboard. Looks great.
YT37
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Review Date: 03/13/10
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Wish I would have held out for SATA3 and USB3 but now I get to upgrade again in a few years. Booted first try no problems. Highly recommended board. Great Product. Quick Shipping.
HAWK
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Review Date: 03/05/10
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loved it. first build and this board was a plus. the price wasn't the issue. I wanted the performance.
nlheldt
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Review Date: 03/01/10
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Booted up just fine, had 1 issue, none of my games would play with more then 1 fps, updated the bios and bam worked fine, im using an ATI 5870 tho, it came with a sli bridge so i think it was directed more towards nvidia probobably, but anyway bios fixed it and everything runs perfect, no complaints!
TYun
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Review Date: 02/27/10
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The motherboard arrived dead. Tried everything to get it to turn on but it wouldn't. I even wasted money on buying another PSU to test it on. Had to RMA. Asside from that, the product is a great piece of hardware.EVGA support is great as well.
JDSGV
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Review Date: 02/23/10
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awesome product
cyendrey@gmail.com
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Review Date: 02/19/10
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This motherboard has lived up to all the online reviews, which is something of a rarity. One thing I can't stress enough is the quality of support from both EVGA's tech people and their user forums. Performance of this board is great and the flexibility in managing overclocking and other configurations is simply amazing.
RIPSTER14
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Review Date: 02/18/10
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Great board, I use i7 with two gts250 in SLI and dedicated GPU and this board fired right up. Only problem I had was with Windows & compatibility. Windows runs fine, but it wouldn't recogize RAID controller. Easy fix, Windows & has built in RAID controller. So just setup array through windows instead. Very easy to Overclock. I run my i7 920 at 3.4mhz and in forums people have got i7 920's to over 4 on air cooling!
Clay
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Review Date: 02/02/10
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Booted right up, no problems, I have corsair 2000mhz memory, and a 920i 2.66ghz. CPU runs at 37C with stock air cooler, I set the memory at 1875mhz and then set QPI to 143 that overclocked the CPU to 3.01ghz and the memory when to 2003mhz the CPU temp rose to 38C. I like it.
Mod420
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Review Date: 02/02/10
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This MoBo is the heart of my new gaming system.. love everything about it! I highly recommend this powerful beast!!! BUY IT!!!!!!
armenian
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Review Date: 01/31/10
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I have built many computers, and from my experience Power supply and motherboard should be solid so in the future when you want to upgrade or , put that better cpu or gpu in there your system won't say NO. so this is exactly why i got the classifed board. I LOVE IT. it works perfectly fine and is loaded with features. it overclocks super easy my i7 920. Anyways one thing to keep in mind though. I was using Comsom 1100 case and it was too small if i want to put 3 gpu and a physics card. Just make sure you have a big case to use all the pci express slots. over all Love it.
Vertabrae
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Review Date: 01/29/10
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Dead on arrival, not posting. Tried everything, have to rma. Shoulda stuck with, well, anything but this
pcdoctr69
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Review Date: 01/27/10
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I actually have the E759 board with the NF-200 bridge chip, board number 81. I have run this board 24 hours a day since March of 2009 with an early C0 stepping of the i7 920 CPU at 3.8GHz. I have 10 hard drives and 3 burners connected. I also have a 4870x2 and dual 4850's driving triple 28inch panels. This board really shines when loaded down with cards, drives and devices. Most boards do great when all they have is a video card and a hard disk. I have almost every slot and port filled and the Classified is just solid. Kudos to eVGA.
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