Only recently Evga introduced the X58 Micro SLI, a high-end board in micro ATX format. Now the company released a video of how this marvel of technology is created.
Evga's X58 SLI Micro is a micro ATX motherboard that has been developed for Intel's Core i7 processors. Besides the X58 chipset and the ICH10R there are six DDR3 slots on the black PCB. Furthermore Evga has integrated two PCI Express x16 slots, 7.1 HD audio, gigabit LAN, USB 2.0, Firewire and six SATA 2.0 connectors.
But how is this huge amount of high-end technology put on a micro ATX motherboard? Evga delivers the answer to the question with a video - which apparently shouldn't be taken too serious. What do you think of the micro ATX format being used for a high-end motherboard? Use the comments to give your opinion.