EVGA SR-X Dual LGA 2011 processor support pictures and details

Would you like to pass the current performance limite ? than this dual monster is for you, today EVGA as usual will release the SR-X Dual Socket LGA 2011 motherboard, so here are some pictures and information about the dual Sandy Bridge-E solution with up to seven PCI-E ports and twelve DDR3 slots and more.

The picture are a pre-production sample taken by VR-Zone spotted during a visit to the company’s headquarters in Taipei, Taiwan
 
On a first look, the motherboard resembles a great deal its predecessor as it uses the same black/red color scheme and HPTX form factor, but the SR-X is now based on an Intel Patsburg chipset providing support for Sandy Bridge-E CPUs.
The two processor sockets are placed right next to each other and the board includes a total of 12 DDR3 memory slots, eight for what seems to be the primary CPU and four surrounding the secondary processor.
These are all powered via two 6-pin and two 8-pin connectors, while an additional 6-pin PCI Express plug is installed for delivering some extra juice to the PCIe slots when running SLI or CrossFireX setups.
Speaking of the PCI Express slots, EVGA has included no less than seven of these and each one can be enabled or disabled via a series of DIP switches (CPUs and SAS connectors can also be disabled via these switches).  
These are placed right next to the two SATA 6.0Gbps and four SATA 3.0Gbps ports included by EVGA in its dual-socket LGA 2011 creation, which are seconded by two additional SAS connectors.
Other features include on-board Power, Reset and Clear CMOS buttons, a debug LED, as well as dual Gigabit Ethernet and Bluetooth connectivity.


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EVGA SR-X Dual LGA 2011 processor support pictures and details EVGA SR-X Dual LGA 2011 processor support pictures and details Reviewed by Maherr Live on Tuesday, December 13, 2011 Rating: 5