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Phoronix: DFI Infinity NF4 Ultra [Review]

Feb 17, 2006, 08:30 (1 Talkback[s])
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"Prior to the LAN Party and LAN Party UT series, Design For Innovation was relatively unknown with the Do-It-Yourself crowd but beginning back in the Canterwood days, DFI had unleashed its LAN Party 875P-T and the engineers continued creating various other motherboards, with the most notable being their nForce4 line-up. A great deal of DFI's success can be attributed to their feature-filled BIOS' that allows processor and memory tweaking along with incredible overclocking abilities, thanks in part to acquiring Oscar Wu from Abit. Expanding from these high-end LAN Party series is its complement, the Infinity, which is designed to incorporate rock solid stability and provide enthusiast-grade components. DFI has been slow to adopt Intel's latest Chipsets (i955X/975X) for its few LGA-775 products but on the AMD Socket 939 side of things, they have used the latest-and-greatest from NVIDIA in the form of the nForce4 MCP..."

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