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| Posted: Aug 16, 2004 7:45 am

- DFI® Releases World's Fastest Athlon™ 64 Based Motherboard

DFI have today announced their "LANPartyUT 250Gb", obviously based on nVidia's nForce3 250gb chipset for Athlon64 and including a whole host of other features not surprisingly included within all of their LANPartyUT motherboard range. All the details within their official press release folks.

 


Hayward, CA (August 16, 2004) - DFI®, a worldwide leader in industrial computing solutions and maker of the LANParty™ series of motherboards, today launched the highly anticipated LANPartyUT 250Gb motherboard for the Athlon™ 64 platform. Regarded as the best overclocking motherboard for performance minded enthusiasts, DFI's new LANPartyUT addition combines the flagship UV sensitive hardware design with rich integrated features to deliver unsurpassed user experiences.

 

Based on the NVIDIA® nForce3 250Gb chipset, the LANPartyUT 250Gb takes full advantage of the chipset's revolutionary single-chip architecture to enable systems with lower power consumption. Built for the 64-bit computing platform, it supports socket 754 Athlon64 processors up to 3700+, 1600 MTps Hyper Transport and high speed DDR400.

 


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