EVGA Optimizes X299 Motherboards For Intel Core X-Series 10000 Family

👤by Michael Pabia Comments 📅04.10.2019 15:02:43


After GIGABYTE releases BIOS updates for its X299 motherboards, EVGA follows suit releasing BIOS updates for its own X299 motherboards to support the upcoming 10th generation Intel Core X-Series 10000 processor family also known as Cascade Lake-X. EVGA is proud to announce that the EVGA X299 motherboards are prepared to set the bar for performance, stability, and cooling for the upcoming Cascade Lake-X high-end desktop platform processors. The EVGA X299 DARK motherboard, for example, is known for its award-winning and record-breaking features including its beefy VRM heatsink with active cooling fans. EVGA X299 motherboard owners will only need to update the motherboard BIOS to enable compatibility with the Intel Core X-Series 10000 processors.



EVGA OC Robot and in-BIOS Stress Testing

Along with the extended compatibility for the upcoming Intel Core X-Series 10000 Processor Family, EVGA also added the revolutionized OC Robot overclocking tool and in-BIOS stress testing. With these new features, users can now change BIOS settings and stress test without leaving the BIOS.



The upgraded OC Robot also allow users to configure PerCore voltage settings and stress test settings including AVX2 loads. EVGA’s X299 motherboards will now support the Intel Core X-series Cascade Lake-X and Skylake-X Processors with the new BIOS version. However, the new OC Robot feature does not support Kaby Lake-X processors namely the i5-7640X and i7-7740X processors which are now discontinued. See EVGA’s X299 motherboard line-up below.

EVGA X299 DARK
EVGA X299 FTW K
EVGA X299 MICRO ATX 2
EVGA X299 MICRO ATX


As of this writing, there are no EVGA X299X motherboards released or teased yet.

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