Published on 22nd November 2006 by
Originally Posted by LazlowThey're a bit late bringing this out now, especially as Nvidia have the 6XX series chipset. But good to see it lives up to the reputation of it's older brothers.
Originally Posted by Tim S680a is 4x4 only, and 680i obviously won't work with AM2 processors. ;)
Originally Posted by OdDBaLL_MoDIn the review, you havn't put the support bracket for the audio module...
Originally Posted by BindibadgiSupport bracket? What you see in the pics is what you get.
Bart: DFI were waiting for 680i and RD600 for Intel.
Originally Posted by greensabbathI like DFI but i won't get an AM2 board. Is there any word on when the 680i DFI boards are coming out?
Originally Posted by M4RTINhow much time have you had to mess about in the bios on the board? have you found use for so many crazy options. it all seems ott to me, like they are trying to get customers with loads of tweaks that actually know one needs,
Originally Posted by The Bart ManI love DFI boards but when will they come with a cool new lanparty board for the Intel Core 2 Duo processors?! They are way to mutch AMD orientated.
Originally Posted by radodrillThis MB has been out for quite a while now and a revised BIOS is already availably from DFI.
Originally Posted by PA!NI don't like DFI Lanparyts boards. To me they are just wannabe 1337g4m0r boards, allthough they are supposed to be quite good...
Originally Posted by OdDBaLL_MoDNo, there is a support bracket included with the DFI boards that come with the Karajan Audio module, it is there to take the strain off the connection.
Both myself and my mate have the same boards, and we both have the plastic support bracket. It's a white colour, although, they used to be black.
Edit: Also, on the DFI website, there is a picture that shows it on the motherboard, with the audio module connected
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