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Engadget giveaway: . Five winners will each receive one EVGA Tegra Note 7 tablet and one EVGA Slide Cover

February 10, 2017

The winter doldrums may be leaving you in a funk, but the team at EVGA have offered to heat things up with this slam dunk of a giveaway. EVGA’s given us a stack of its Tegra Note 7 tablets to help five lucky Engadget readers coast all the way into spring and then some. There’s […]

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EVGA shows off USB monitor adapter, InterView dual-screen display

December 30, 2016

Those looking for some added desktop real estate may want to keep an eye on what EVGA has in store, as the company has just taken the wraps off two upcoming products that take considerably different approaches to expand your view of things. The first is a rather standard USB monitor adapter, dubbed the EVGA […]

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EVGA rolls out GeForce GTX 285 graphics card for Mac Pros

December 30, 2016

We got plenty of advance word about this one, but EVGA has finally gotten fully official with its Mac Pro-friendly version of NVIDIA’s GeForce GTX 285 graphics card, which is now available to order from the Apple Store for the not so low price of $450. That’ll of course get you a card that’s mostly […]

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EVGA’s dual-LCD InterView display starts shipping

December 30, 2016

EVGA’s unusual dual-LCD InterView display certainly isn’t for everybody, but if you’ve got a desk-mate that you’re constantly sharing a monitor with you’ll no doubt be pleased to know that it’s now finally available to order. Now selling for as low as $624.99 (or $640 list price), the monitor packs dual 17-inch LCDs that can […]

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Neptune’s Trident case mod honors the god of liquid cooling

December 30, 2016

What do you do if your Battlestar Galactica case mod has conquered Earth and space with its awesomeness? Why, you conquer the seas, of course. Brian Carter is back with this Neptune’s Trident mod, a lovely blue thing with three separate cooling loops, one for each of the three EVGA GeForce GTX260 video cards inside. […]

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EVGA’s W555 motherboard gets a once over, can hold seven GPUs

December 30, 2016

Think CrossFireX is nifty? We’re betting you’re a big fan of SLI, huh? For those who grew up bragging about their “dual Voodoo” setup, there’s nothing in the world that can stop you from lusting over this bad boy. Quietly introduced at CES, the EVGA W555 is just now being shown to the world in […]

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EVGA Classified SR-2 fits two Xeon CPUs for 24 threads, exemplifies overkill

December 30, 2016

Remember EVGA’s seven-GPU motherboard monstrosity, the W555? That experimental beast of a board just got declassified — and given immediate launch orders. Under the new “Classified SR-2” callsign, the board’s layout has hardly changed since CES (though the heatsinks certainly got a makeover) but the big news here is that each of its two CPU […]

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ASUS, EVGA, Gigabyte, Intel and MSI do battle for P55 motherboard throne

December 30, 2016

Look, we know you’ve got choices, and when it comes to motherboards, you’ve got options galore. If you’ve been eying a new Core i5 or Core i7 rig to replace that aging Pentium 4 486 system of yours, but aren’t quite feeling the pre-fabricated thing, a whole slew of mobo makers have pushed through new […]

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EVGA GeForce GTX 460 2Win has ‘double the win,’ becomes NVIDIA’s first dual-Fermi graphics card

December 30, 2016

Why, it was only yesterday that we were eyeballing a dual-GF104 board from Galaxy, presuming it an artifact of a 2010 project that went nowhere, but there’s at least one NVIDIA partner that’s going to deliver exactly such a creation, and soon at that! EVGA has just set loose the details of a new GTX […]

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EVGA’s GeForce GTX 680 Classified tempts overclockers with watery siren call

December 30, 2016

Judging by a sneak Computex preview, EVGA’s intentions for the upcoming GTX 680 Classified graphics card are not a thorny mystery. With an optional water-cooling block and voltage control inputs, there’s plenty here to seduce the hardcore modder. The company isn’t talking numbers just yet, but if terms like “14-phase power design” whet your appetite, […]

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