EVGA reveals its X99 FTW K, a new LGA2011-v3 motherboard engineered for enthusiasts. It's priced at $299.99 and the main difference versus the previous X99 FTW motherboard is the addition of a second Gigabit LAN port, USB 3.1 Type-C and a M.2 slot.
EVGA welcomes you to the next generation of ground-breaking performance: the X99 FTW K! The X99 platform redefines high-performance with the introduction of the first ever quad-channel DDR4 architecture fueled by Intel’s Haswell-E/Broadwell-E CPU family for up to 128GBs of RAM running at a maximum memory speed of up to 3200MHz+ (OC), all made possible due to the 4-layer memory T-Routing design. The X99 FTW-K is built with an 8-layer Hybrid Black PCB, featuring a CPU socket with 150% higher Gold content powered by an Advanced 8-phase Digital VRM (IR3563B+IR3350), providing industry-leading stability for all your applications.
This board also features a Killer NIC E2400 Ethernet which helps to prioritize and reduce network latency to keep you at the top of your game.
Furthermore, this board is designed not ONLY for peak overclocking, but also fully-featured to support any/all peripherals and functions available, 4-Way SLI support, 2 Gigabit LAN, right-angle power connectors, PCI-E disable switches and much more!
Chipset – Intel® X99 Express
SLI – Up to 4-Way SLI
SATA – 10 Native SATA 6.0Gb/s Ports
USB – 2 USB 3.1 (1 Type-C, 1 Type-A) / 8 Native USB 3.0 / 8 USB 2.0