A lot of the high-end LGA2011 motherboards on the market today all top out at mostly the same spec and some with the same level of insanity used in the design. Most boards you'd see around are featured around the needs of the enthusiast overclocker or ultra high-end gamer, which feature quad-channel memory, PCI-Express 3.0 ports and a smorgasbord of overclocking-related enthusiast features. That's all fine and dandy, but some of us, gamers in particular, don't want that kind of needless complexity. So what if you use computers in a professional capacity as well as for pleasure? What if you'd like a board that could run Crysis but offers you more in the way of capability, expandability and productivity, rather than just the ability to clock a Core i7 3770K to insanely high speeds? Enter the 6PXSV3, a workstation motherboard that you might want to appear in your wishlist very soon.