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Infinity Reached, DFI's smartest motherboard - 875P and 865PE

Today we've got two of DFI's Infinity range of motherboards under the spotlight, Canterwood and Springdale. Carrying on from the success of their Lanparty series, DFI has delivered yet another well thought out motherboard product for the enthusiast.

| Socket LGA 775 in Motherboards | Posted: Feb 15, 2004 5:00 am

 

Introduction

 

During our visit to Computex 2003 in Taiwan we were witness to many new technologies that were just released on the market, or coming to the market. While on our journeys through the three fabulous halls we dropped by the DFI booth, where for the first time, we became more than a bit excited.

 

While based on the value sector for quite some time, DFI showed us the Lanparty and Infinity motherboards, designed to cater to the hardcore overclockers and LAN addicts. The Lanparty series motherboards, which we have already looked at just recently, comes with all the great overclocking features of its time but with more style for the case modders and LAN addicts who like to show off their systems.

 

The DFI Infinity systems are aimed at the hardcore overclockers who want performance, extra onboard features but without paying for all the additional dress up materials that the Lanparty series entails.

 

Today we have the two DFI Infinity motherboards for the Intel Pentium 4 processor based on the I875P and I865PE chipsets, and compare it to our fastest Pentium 4 motherboard so far, the Soltek I875P. Let's see what DFI has to offer us in their Infinity range!

 

 

 

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