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  • CES 2010 Consumer Electronics Show - Day 1
  • CES 2010 Consumer Electronics Show - Day 1


    EVGA Continued

    EVGA had their normal display of motherboards scattered around the suite, a couple of them we have actually reviewed including the P55 FTW and X58 LE.
    A pretty cool feature that we noticed on the P55 Classified is this digital readout which is nothing more than a voltage meter built into the motherboard.  The readout only works if you are testing something and otherwise says 0.00.
    An older item that hasn't really gotten much press is the new Classified edition video cards which really takes video card overclocking to the next level.  These cards feature triple PCIe power sockets.  2 for the GPU and one dedicated to the memory controller.  

    When combined with the EVBot you have access to 4 different voltage settings and no longer are restricted to the limited power supplied by the PCIe bus.
    Of course what good is having a Classified video card be if there weren't 4 of them bundled together on a Classified motherboard.