|RAM||32 GB DDR3 2133;DDR3 1866;DDR3 1600;DDR3 1333;DDR3 1066|
|Number of USB 2.0 Ports||4|
|Number of USB 3.0 Ports||4|
EVGA X79 SLI (LGA2011) SandyBridge-E Intel X79 ATX DDR3 2133 3-Way SLI or CrossFireX Ready Motherboard (132-SE-E775-K2)
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- Supports Intel Core i7 Processor Family for LGA-2011 socket
- Intel X79 Chipset
- Enthusiast Layout Supporting 2-Way SLI, 3-Way SLI, & CrossfireX
- 4 DIMM Quad-Channel DDR3 2133MHz+ (up to 32 GB)
- 5 PCI Express 3.0 Graphics expansion Slots
- 10 USB 2.0 Ports (six rear panel, four onboard)
- 4 USB 3.0 Ports (four rear panel)
- ATX Form factor
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In a frustrating turn of events, I arrived last week and installed all of the new equipment to be greeted with an FF code from the EVGA board and it continuously rebooting. As I had two business days after this to resolve the issue, I leveraged Amazon's lovely Prime $3.99 overnight service to have the Asus X79 board and an extra CPU (just in case) to show up just in time.
In addition to the Asus board having several benefits compared to EVGA (most importantly internal USB 3.0 headers), it worked right away without needing to use the new processor. They packed a ton of options into the Asus product and made it all operational. Might not seem that hard but after this experience with EVGA it is much appreciated by me.
ASUS gets dinged a lot for poor customer support on the web and this has always made me hesitant to order them in favor of EVGA who is known for their good customer service. The bottom line is that I think most people would rather have an operational system than a customer support line to call when their brand new $300+ product doesn't work and needs to be RMAd for a refurbished one just like most would rather have a working car than a constantly breaking or lemon law car with a good warranty that gets fixed and/or replaced. If you are of the same mindset go Asus and you won't regret it.
As a followup, on Newegg, Matthew Hurwitz responded to my review asking me to email him about a replacement. Please note if he responds here that I asked him to ensure this board was operational BEFORE they shipped it. And he wouldn't lift a finger. Is it really that hard for EVGA to do this? It is unbelievable how horrible their quality control has been for every aspect of this product. It is a complete joke. Like they just can't pay their manufacturing plant enough to produce good products and just hope to always take care of it after the fact. Also to note - I am the first reviewer of this product but NOT because I am the first person to leave a review. There have been plenty of bad reviews already. EVGA keeps changing their part numbers so the old reviews disappear when replaced by the new ones. What a scam.
Do not waste your money or your time.