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DFI LANParty UT NF590 SLI-M2R/G

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Miser 22nd November 2006, 23:59 Quote
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Originally Posted by radodrill
DFI caters to the enthisiast/gamer market, which primarily used to be AMD CPUs --> DFI builds primarily AMD boards

Hello Core 2 Duo. :D
Tyinsar 23rd November 2006, 00:19 Quote
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Originally Posted by Sea Shadow
...Anyone who ever needs support or just wants some advice can go over to DFI-Street...
It's actually been a long time since I owned a DFI board (K6XV3+/66 - Socket7 ) so I haven't seen their support. Thanks for the link ;)
DarkReaper 23rd November 2006, 02:15 Quote
Just to be picky, if you're squeezing performance out it's "eke out" rather than "eek" ;)

Nice review though although I'm in love with my C2D set-up, ain't going anywhere else soon!
The Bart Man 23rd November 2006, 04:41 Quote
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Originally Posted by radodrill
This MB has been out for quite a while now and a revised BIOS is already availably from DFI.

DFI is IMO the best MB. my LP 925X-T2 is the best board I've ever had.


DFI caters to the enthisiast/gamer market, which primarily used AMD CPUs --> DFI builds primarily AMD boards

Well look at the benschmark but I think the Intel core 2 duo CPUs are way beter then AMD's A2. Both in performance and energy consumtion. I know that wasn't the case before the core 2 duo. Thats why I think it thakes to long fore DFI to come out with a rocking Intel Mobo.
LoveJoy 23rd November 2006, 09:04 Quote
Wonder when you are doing review on crossfire chip version
btw. why didnt you over clock it?
Tim S 23rd November 2006, 12:16 Quote
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Originally Posted by LoveJoy
Wonder when you are doing review on crossfire chip version
btw. why didnt you over clock it?
we did, read my thoughts - I go in to stability and overclocking...


There's not an AM2 LANParty board based on RD580 yet - I'm not sure whether there will be one either. There is an Infinity-based CrossFire AM2 board though. :)
Bindibadgi 23rd November 2006, 18:01 Quote
DFI have said they were going to wait for the RD600 which is meant to be a beast of an overclocker. Basically if DFI do a board you know that's the chipset to have even if DFI boards tend to be either a total must have hit or a super-scaled miss.
LoveJoy 23rd November 2006, 23:12 Quote
Oh. Sorry my bad. Should read thoes better.
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