- DFI Launches the New LANPartyUT Motherboard Series
Today brings the official launch of a new series of motherboards from DFI. Their latest LANPartyUT range of motherboards further extend from their original UV-reactive LANParty range we've all come to admire. The new lineup will include boards for both the AMD and Intel platforms, with an 915P/ICH6 Intel board to be the first of which is announced, the "LANPartyUT 915P-T12". One nice feature on this board is both DDR and DDR2 memory support, allowing for an upgrade to Intel's latest architecture without having to pay out for new DDR2 memory at the same time. PCI-E, High Definition audio, and all the other features natively implemented are of course resident here too. More within DFI's supporting press release folks.
Taipei, Taiwan (July 26, 2004) - DFI®, innovator and maker of the award-winning LANParty motherboards and industrial solutions for applied computing platforms, today announced the worldwide launch of the new LANPartyUT series. Extended from the original LANParty family of UV-reactive motherboards, the new line takes this unique user experience to the next level with its unmatched engineering concepts.
Keeping the signature UV-reactive components on board, the UT series aims to please with its rich feature set and outstanding price per performance. Understanding the needs for a versatile hardware platform, this series caters to enthusiasts who are on the cutting edge of technology while still wishing to take advantage of mature standards the industry currently offers. Available in both Intel® and AMD® platforms, the LANPartyUT series offers a wide range of motherboards to choose from.
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