Summary: Shortly after the e760 Classified motherboard became such a hit with gaming and overclocking enthusiasts, EVGA announced a second limited edition motherboard. The first limited edition was the e759 with the NF200 chip, this second limited edition is based on the e760 board, but came from the factory with an installed Hydro Copper chipset water cooling block that was designated the e769 Hydro Copper Classified.
Summary: I have not yet used the EVGA Motherboard I bought, but one day soon I will have all the parts I need for this build!! It is a work in progress, but I love the board I bought, looks to be in like new shape!!
Summary: Wow This Is An Awesome Motherboard. It Does Not Have SATA6 Or USB3.0.. So Eventually We Will Have To Upgrade Again. I Love This Mobo Because I Can Run SLI Or Crossfire. I Can Overclock Easily,(Mind You This Was My First Time) & The Layout Of The Board Makes For Easy Wire Management. This Mobo Is E-ATX. So Keep In Mind You Will Need A Full Tower.. I Picked Up The Cooler Master 932 "HAF" Full Tower Case. Match Made In Heaven.
Summary: I must admit that this is my first purchase of an EVGA product and it started out badly. I ordered the MB and the new Intel i7 980 Extreme processor. All the reviews stated that the board was compatible with the processor once a bios flash was performed. What I didn't know was that the board required a compatible processor in order to flash the bios. I contacted EVGA to get help and they explained the problem to me.
Summary: Great board. There are setting for everything, including extreme cooling setting for those of you that phase change cool. It makes it more fun to overclock. Seriously though i could have gotton the same overclock off of my CPU from the EVGA SLI LE. This board has alot of nice features but i dont use more than half of them.
Summary: I have to say that I am very empressed with the Evga classified X58 motherboard. After arriving in Trinidad and Tobago on 3rd August 2009, a week after it was bought online, I assembled it in a Coolmaster CM 690 case with 6 gb of 1333 Ghz OCZ ram, XFX geforce 8400 graphics card ( All I could of gotten at short notice with the little change I had left over), Corsair 1000 watts power supply, Core I7 920, 500 GB hard drive and Lite on DVD burner.
EVGA Classified X58 Motherboard, The Star of the Show!
Wavey Davey, Amazon
23 May 2009
Summary: This is going to be a "mini-review" of the E760-A1 Classified Motherboard by our favorite silicon-sandwich maker, EVGA. Believe it or not Amazon.com gave me a deal on this "mainboard" or I'd still be staring at a standard EVGA BL-132-X58 3 x SLI Motherboard, and not this pretty Classified baby that's inside of my newest PC right now. So, thanks to Amazon.com, for making a bad thing right and taking care of business with me and the Classified.