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Computex 2005 Coverage - Day 1 Show Floor - DFI

After running around for most of the morning chasing ATI Crossfire benchmarks and writing our initial article, we also managed to visit some company booths. Our Day 1 coverage looks at ThermalTake, Shuttle, Gigabyte, ABIT and DFI, most of which had some very interesting products to show us.

| Trade Shows | Posted: May 31, 2005 4:00 am

DFI

 

DFI continued its focus on enthusiasts at Computex 2005 with a new range of LANParty boards. First is the LANParty UT RDX200, based on the ATI 200 chipset. It supports ATI's new Crossfire configuration, and includes DDR-400 support, two PCI-E x16 slots, a single PCI-E x1 slot, three regular PCI slots, two PATA ports, four SATA II ports, four regular SATA ports w/ RAID, eight USB 2.0 ports, two IEEE1394 ports and dual Gigabit Ethernet. Suffice it to say, this is definitely one to look out for if you're an enthusiast.

 

 

For those that have decided on an nVidia SLI setup, the LANParty UT NF4I SLI-T2R boasts a similar feature-set to the UT RDX200, but is based around the nForce 4 chipset.

 

 

DFI also has a new range of boards out - dubbed "O.C Party" - directed primarily towards the mainstream market. This initially includes the NF4X-AL (Socket 754) and NF4-DAGF (Socket 939) boards, both using nForce chipsets.

 

 

 

So that concludes our coverage of Day 1, but we'll leave you with a teaser for Day 2:

 

 

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