In 2005 we released our first motherboard with the nForce3 chipset. From that day we have made a huge impact on the motherboard category, our boards are for the everyday gamer, enthusiast and content creators. We've come from a yellow theme to a slick combination of black and red. We began at Athlon 64 and now we're at Broadwell-E. Come take a close look development and design transformation of EVGA boards over the last 11 years.
This is was the first board we revealed in our venture into the motherboard market. This board support Athon 64 (Yes we used to support AMD) and Single Channel Memory. The memory dimms were placed above the CPU socket so that users could put the memory in first and avoid and with it getting in the way of all the other connections.
I think the person who designed this board was an UCLA Bruins fan. This board supported AM2, dual channel memory and SLI!2007 e-7150
Deemed the Ultimate GPU and Motherboard solution of its day, this board had a 7 series GPU built in and supported a whopping 1333mhz of ram.
"A third PCI Express graphics expansion slot making your system ready for the future"
2008 790i FTW
When I built my first computer, this was the board of my dreams but at that time Intel was too expensive for me.. This had a 775 socket and support 3-Way SLI.
2008 X58 SLI
Black PCB's were always more aesthetically pleasing in my opinion. 2009 P55 FTW
The affordable successor the the LGA 775 socket which features support for LGA 1156 i5 & i7 processors. Tons a features included over the previous mainstream generation at a price that made it available for everyone
The SR-2 was EVGA's first dual processor motherboard. This board supported 2 Xeon chips and DDR3 ram.
2011 P67 FTW
Black and red glory! This P67 FTW had everything you need to overclock. It included triple BIOS support and 12 Phase PWM. 2012 SR-X
The SR-X was the successor to the SR-2. The dual socket motherboard made great improvements, and introduced Mini SAS ports, 4-way SLI support, onboard Blue Tooth, and both PCI-e & Dimm disable switches.
2012 Z77 FTW
Introduced support for 3rd Generation Intel Core processors, with full PCI-e 3.0 and 4-way SLI support. It also included the addition of a 6 pin PCI-e power connector on the board itself for multi-card stability.
2013 X79 Dark
The EVGA BIOS we know currently was first released with this board. It was a huge update to the design and functionality of our BIOS. 2014 Z97 FTW
Brand new design features and aesthetics, such as a GUI BIOS, new software interface for overclocking in the O.S., and M.2 Socket for storage. The board also featured a new looking power delivery heatsink, in a Round barrel type design, which set it apart for its competitors.
2014 X99 Classified
The latest and greatest Enthusiast grade motherboard supporting the 2011-V3 processor, the X99 is at the top of its game. All black PCB and neutral color scheme, with a touch of the EVGA red "E" logo for contrast. DDR 4 Support and featuring a I/O cover for a clean looking motherboard in side any case.2015 X99 Micro2
This Micro ATX is next on my list. It has all the benefits of any top of the line X99 and comes in a compact form factor and a great price. With many of the feature of a full size board and supports 3-way SLI with the single slot 980 Ti Kingpin graphics cards!2016 Z170 FTW
A clean and neutral looking board which would fit in any build and stand out with its features. Has an update BIOS GUI interface and 4 DIMM sockets supporting up to 64GB of memory.
2016 X99 FTW K
This is my favorite board because it was released on the first day I started working at EVGA. Said to be a very reliable board, this X99 FTW K is one of the top rated boards both aesthetically and functionally. If you are looking for the crème de la crème then look no further.
Our motherboards have come a long way from the yellow designs you saw in the first two pictures. These motherboards have become more reliable, more advanced and ultimately unique. EVGA is THE motherboard choice for enthusiast and overclockers. There are many improvements that can and will be made for the future. Our first motherboard was released in 2005 and within 11 years we have made many optimal enhancements, we hope to share our innovations with you guys for years to come!
Let us know what your thoughts are and what you would like to see in future designs in the comment section down below!