Not that i have know of. The EVGA boards are a bit unstable while overclocking, many people have complained. Not that they are bad boards. Its just that Asus is one of the best board manufacturers available.
What made ya finally decide to go for evga, cuz honestly im in the same situation between the 2 same exact boards. I'm leaning towards asus just because I personally like rog connect and other features about it, and to me the color scheme is just more eye catching. Both have sata6 and usb 3.0 and as for layout, they are similar imo, with a few minor differences. But still not 100% sure.
I have a Rampage III Extreme and I'm going to buy the EVGA board and burn the the ASUS board as a sacrifice to the gods. I swore off ASUS a couple boards ago and they sucked me back in with what looked like a great board. I had "cold boot" X58 memory issues (which may not be the board's fault), crossfire performance was worse than single card, and the raid controller ate one Seagate drive and now the other is clicking as well. ASUS USED TO BE a great manufacturer.