There was the SR-2, and more recently we've reported on the E779 X79 Classified, but EVGA's working on something that quite possibly may be known as the SR-3. Disclosed on his Twitter page, Jacob Freeman - Product Manager at EVGA - has teased the image below, that offers a sneak peek of a dual-socket LGA2011 mainboard, that the company is working on.
Based on an E-ATX form factor, the mainboard is said to support upcoming Sandy Bridge-EP (Xeon) CPUs, and is kitted-out with a total of twelve DIMM slots - eight of which are hooked-up to one socket, and four of which are hooked-up to the second socket. There are a total of seven PCIe x16 slots, and each CPU socket is apparently powered by a 6+1 phase VRM. There's also an ample power delivery system for the DIMM slots - supposedly 1-phase per channel.
With a predominantly black and red colour scheme, there are clearly a plethora of connectivity options, onboard voltage measurement points, and opportunities for multi-GPU setups. It's also anticipated that the UEFI firmware will be quite the treat for overclockers, but as for availability, there's no indication - just yet.
Image Source: EVGA