EVGA X79 SLI Socket R (LGA 2011) ATX - Placa base (DDR3-SDRAM, Cuadrángulo, Intel, Core i7, Core i7 Extreme Edition, Socket R (LGA 2011), Serial ATA II, Serial ATA III)
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Descripción del producto
Adaptador gráfico en tablero: No
Ancho: 305 mm
Botón de limpieza CMOS: Si
Cables incluidos: SATA
Canales de memoria: Cuadrángulo
Canales de salida de audio: 7.1
Cantidad de puertos USB 2.0: 2
Cantidad de puertos eSATA: 2
Cantidad de puertos tipo A USB 3.0 (3.1 Gen 1): 4
Características de red: 10/100/1000 Mbit/sec
Componente para: PC
Conector de audio en panel frontal: Si
Conector de energía EPS (8-pin): Si
Conector de potencia ATX (24 pines): Si
Conector de ventilador CPU: Si
Controladores incluidos: Si
Ethernet LAN (RJ-45) cantidad de puertos: 1
Familia de componentes de tarjeta madre: Intel
Familia de procesador: Intel
Guía de instalación rápida: Si
IEEE 1394/Firewire cantidad de puertos: 1
Interfaces de disco de almacenamiento soportados: Serial ATA II, Serial ATA III
Memoria interna máxima: 32 GB
Micrófono, jack de entrada: Si
Niveles RAID: 0, 1, 5, 10, JBOD
No ECC: Si
Número de conectores SATA II: 4
Número de conectores SATA III: 2
Número de conectores a ventilador de chasis: 7
Número de ranuras de memoria: 4
Procesador compatible: Core i7, Core i7 Extreme Edition
Profundidad: 244 mm
Puerto de ratón PS/2: 1
Puerto de salida S/PDIF: Si
Ranuras x1 PCI Express: 2
Ranuras x16 PCI Express: 3
Salidas para auriculares: 5
Sistema de audio: Realtek ALC898
Sistemas operativos compatibles: Windows XP, Vista, 7
Socket de procesador: Socket R (LGA 2011)
Soporte para proceso paralelo: 2-Way SLI, 3-Way SLI
Tarjeta madre, factor de forma: ATX
Tipo de interfaz ethernet: Gigabit Ethernet
Tipos de BIOS: UEFI
USB 2.0, conectores: 4
Velocidades de reloj de memoria soportadas: 1066,1200,1300,1333,1500,1600,1666,1800,1866,1900,2000,2133 MHz
Versión de entradas de PCI Express: 3.0
tipos de memoria compatibles: DDR3-SDRAM
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After getting my first replacement, the new board ran great for about a year and then experienced nearly the same issue. It would attempt a boot but hang in the middle of OS detection as it thought I was trying to flash the bios. To be fair, I do use many linux operating systems on this build and I know that there is no "support" for this hardware through EVGA when in linux. But as no bios update had been started, nor was I in windows (the only OS that supports flashing the bios) I find it quite disappointing that the new board suddenly developed the old symptoms.
After many long emails to tech support, I've learned that most of the EVGA techs don't read your email, but rather offer generic trouble shooting advice. Calling in was the only way to get my third motherboard. I was shocked to hear my technician state that he'd never even seen this model and was surprised that they made it and didn't know how easy it would be to get me a replacement.
Now on to the third board for about two months and I've got only one quirky complaint about this unit. The audio pops and cuts out in any operating system not windows. While I can't out-right complain and demand another fix to EVGA, I find it frustrating that the previous model worked where as this one will not. Again tech support has offered recommendations like use windows and try different speakers / headphones. If my initial information was read, the techs could notice I had covered this information at length in the trouble ticket.
I've never been able to get the system to boot running the ram at 2133, which EVGA says is to be expected, though I feel if advertised this shouldn't be a "maybe" feature. I suppose my bottom line is this:
KEEP TRACK OF YOUR WARRANTY AND BE PREPARED FOR A SUB-PAR PRODUCT WITH SUB-PAR TECHNICAL SUPPORT.
just be aware if you are outside US like me (im from venezuela) and you had the bad luck of runing into this BIOS CHIP issue you will need to wait like 2-3 week to the chip to arrived
what is a bit unfair cuz is EVGA fault they can just send ship via FEDEX or something faster, wait 3 week to use a mother board you buy new here is kinda lame.
Why ANYONE would knowingly release a motherboard with a BETA chip in the BIOS slot... that persistently refuses to flash on command, and then talk "gravy" and serve "cardboard" like this is beyond my feeble understanding.
For myself - I'm likely to return my future cash to Asus - never saw something like this with them, just happened to buy EVGA this time. I'm beginning to wonder if it was a mistake.
To be completely fair.. I just got off the phone with Tech support at EVGA (my 3rd call to them regarding this). There is a tracking number on the package that indicates the chip was mailed in a timely manner, but then mysteriously "dropped off the radar". They are referring my case to management to seek resolution. I will post a follow-up when this issue is resolved.
Although the baord is completely dysfunctional with no functional BIOS, I would still give 1 star for the superior quality of their 24/7 technical support department thus far.
= UPDATE = UPDATE = UPDATE =
I have purchased my last EVGA product! Having called them over the weekend - I found it necessary to REcall them today to find the status of my issue. I gave them the whole day to respond before taking the initiative myself. They blamed ME for buying the CPU (Intel core i7 3820 that AMAZON recommended to go with the board in question) - stating that the board was never intended to run that CPU... they refuse me a $40 complimentary upgrade (I didn't feel out of place poining out that the price difference between the SLI and Classified was pretty small for three weeks of chain-jerking) as compensation for the 3 weeks I've been staring at my (still "dead in the water") desktop.. I think EVGA is an acronym: Extra Vacation Games Aborted.
Look for Asus if you want hassle free products that work as advertised when you open the box - that's my advice, and, future intention. Sorry to but so disappointed, but, their $300 motherboard is holding up my entire system. I've spoken with them ad nauseum and attempted to reach a resolution that would leave me MORE than happy... shame on them for leaving me in this condition for so long. Words are nice, EVGA, but the actions that follow are MUCH more important!
It really is a nice board for the price, and EVGA is the best company to deal with if you do have a problem so it still is a board I would recommend...you just might have to send the first one back.
Better option is to save up and buy the EVGA Black board that replaced this one, which is what I would have done had it not come out 3 months after I bought this one.