VR Zone spotted EVGA's X79 Dark motherboard at CES. EVGA claims this new Sandy Bridge-E HEDT motherboard is capable of competing with ASUS' ROG lineup and challenge top overclocking records. The motherboard now also has eight memory slots that operate in quad channel.
The board is loaded with a plethora of enthusiast oriented features like a 12+1 phase VRM (presumably IR3550) and debug switches including an EVBot connector. A company spokesman said the X79 Dark should hit retail in around 2-3 months time, which is to be close to the upcoming 22nm Ivy Bridge-E refresh and GPU releases from Nvidia and AMD.
Head over to VR Zone to view pictures of EVGA's upcoming Mini-ITX cases, which were also on display at CES.