EVGA 132-BL-E758-A1 X58 3-Way SLI Core i7 Motherboard with Tri-Channel DDR3 and Tuning Utility

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EVGA 132-BL-E758-A1 X58 3-Way SLI Core i7 Motherboard with Tri-Channel DDR3 and Tuning Utility

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  • Supports Intel Core i7 processors and X58 Chipset
  • Supports Triple Channel DDR3 Memory at 1333 MHz+
  • EVGA Vdroop control for maximum stability when overclocking
  • Onboard clear CMOS power and reset buttons showing HDD activity
  • EVGA E-LEET tuning utility gives you quick access to overclocking controls without going into the BIOS

ATX, INTEL LGA 1366, 3 X PCI-E X16, Evga
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EVGA 132-BL-E758-A1 X58 3-Way SLI Core i7 Motherboard with Tri-Channel DDR3 and Tuning Utility

EVGA 132-BL-E758-A1 X58 3-Way SLI Core I7 Motherboard With Tri-Channel DDR3 And Tuning Utility

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  1. 29 of 29 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Great board. Your P/S must have an EPS12volt, 8-pin connector, May 29, 2009
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    DISenchanted (NM USA -Land of DISenchantment) –

    This review is from: EVGA 132-BL-E758-A1 X58 3-Way SLI Core i7 Motherboard with Tri-Channel DDR3 and Tuning Utility (Personal Computers)

    PROs:
    – Solid board. Very heavy compared to most other mobo’s I’ve worked with (heavy being a good thing, due to the heatsink material,which you want in a mobo that will be running an i7)
    Easy install
    Easy setup.

    I ordered one for a client and it operates fine. It was built for a business environment, so it is built as a desktop PC, NOT a gaming rig.

    -cables – EVGA includes like 5 or 6 Sata cables, about 4 molex-to-sata adapters.
    -adapters – evga includes the video connectors for multiple video card operation.
    – onboard reset and cmos reset buttons
    – 2 digit display on mobo, as a troubleshooting tool

    – Warranty – register within 30 days and you will get the lifetime warranty on this mobo.
    Otherwise it is only 2 years.

    – Advanced RMA options:

    NOTE: When you register this mobo at EVGA, you get ONE OPPORTUNITY to upgrade to an “Advanced RMA” program.
    If you pass on it during registration, you will NOT get a second chance to order the advanced RMA option.

    “quote”
    ……During the registration process, you will be asked if you want to participate in the EAR program. After the registration process is complete, customers will no longer be able to participate in the EAR program…..
    “unquote”

    -Advanced RMA program:

    “Quote”
    The EVGA Advanced RMA (EAR) Program is a program to protect yourself and your product in the case of product failure. If something was to go wrong with your EVGA product the standard RMA process will be accelerated by prepaying for your shipping options with one of the plans available. This will cut down the amount of time your system will be down and save you money on shipping. Customers can choose to not participate in this program and if anything does go wrong in the future they can still apply for a standard RMA. Cross-Shipment on standard RMAs are not available and customers will be required to pay for shipping the product(s) back to EVGA. “Unquote”

    The basic, free, RMA service requires customer to pay S&H, then EVGA will return ship it via standard ground. There is NO CROSS-SHIPPING.

    Plan Ship In Ship Out Cross Ship Price
    Standard RMA Customer Pays Free Ground No Free
    Standard EAR Customer Pays Ground Yes $10.99
    Premium EVGA Prepaid Ground Yes $14.99
    Ground
    2nd Day EVGA Prepaid 2nd Day Yes $21.99
    Ground
    Overnight EVGA Prepaid Standard Yes $29.99
    Ground Overnight

    Saturday Priority EVGA Prepaid Saturday Delivery Yes $39.99
    Ground

    If you think you’ll need expedited service for any possible RMA, then even the most expensive option, $39.99, is not bad.

    CONS:

    – Requires an EPS 12volt (8-pin) power adapter, in addition to the standard 24-pin ATX.
    If you plan to use an EXISTING POWER SUPPLY, make sure it has an EPS power connector.
    The EPS 8-pin looks “similar” to the PCI-e 8-pin but is KEYED DIFFERENTLY.

    You can buy a “Molex-to-EPS12” adapter for about $3 to $5 bucks.

    NOTE: if you will be gaming with this mobo, then plan on buying a new power supply.

    EVGA did NOT include the molex-to-EPS adapter, because it seems they don’t want you to use a non-EPS power supply.

    So if your power supply is a couple/few years old, plan on buying a new one.

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  2. 12 of 12 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    EVGA shows its colors, January 19, 2009
    By 
    Tyler Soelberg (Salt Lake City, UT United States) –
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    Actually, it just shows black and green with splashes of blue and white.

    I haven’t had any trouble with this MoBo. I love the layout–although if I were a 3-way SLI-er, and you know who you are, I might have trouble connecting some auxiliary cables (front HD audio).
    Great BiOS, easy to use.

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  3. 12 of 13 people found the following review helpful
    4.0 out of 5 stars
    No NIC Teaming loses a star, February 19, 2009
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    EVGA’s quality is exceptional, this board definitely exemplifies that. With great tools for the overclocking enthusiast, or rock-solid stability for the power user, it’s hard to find a better board. Hard, but not impossible. EVGA left off a piece that streamers of large files over LAN will miss… NIC Teaming. Although the RealTek controller supports it, EVGA did not implement it on this X58 board. The only people who will notice this are those building a file server and have a compatible switch, needing a full 2Gb/s transfer rate. I didn’t do my research fully and assumed this board had it, since all my prior EVGA boards did.

    Other than that, it’s great.

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