DFI officially out with its UT X58-T3eH8 mobo

Just in time for the official Core i7 launch.

Cameron Wilmot
Published Sun, Nov 16 2008 11:22 PM CST   |   Updated Sat, Aug 8 2020 10:29 AM CDT
Today Intel will "officially" begin selling its range of Core i7 processors after the paper review launch earlier this month.

In perfect timing, DFI has just announced the release of its first Intel X58 Express based motherboard called the UT X58-T3eH8. We got an exclusive early look at it back in early October and you can see how it is has changed.

DFI officially out with its UT X58-T3eH8 mobo

While the layout hasn't changed an awful lot, we now get our first look at DFI's fancy cooling setup called "Flame Freezer". It is one of the most extreme cooling setups we've seen put on a motherboard to date with heat being dissipated out the back of the case near the I/O panel.

While it doesn't support Quad-SLI, it does fully support three-way SLI with an x16, x8, x8 expansion slot configuration. ATI CrossfireX is also of course support via an x16, x 16, x4 expansion slot configuration.

"Flame Freezer" is a heat dissipation system, which designed for top platforms. It works for heat dissipation of south and north bridges and the PWM and leads waste heat out of the casing with a special external module. To guarantee the best heat dissipation effect for the motherboard even under extreme high frequency, LANParty adopts the best materials in cooling system from sintered heat-pipe to soldering material.

In the power management, LANParty also adopts Volterra PWM solutions as the standard outfit with cost ignorance. While multi-phase PWM is being pursued blindly in the market, LANParty care more about energy efficiency and current stability of each phase. With the Volterra server PWM, Full digital MOSFET & multi-layer ceramic capacitors, LANParty UT X58-T2eH8 can perform even stable in both standard mode and overclocking mode.

You can read more over at the press release, which we uploaded here.

Cameron founded TweakTown in 1999 after it originally started off as his personal homepage. Cameron was once, many years ago, the only person at TweakTown producing content, but nowadays, he spends his time ensuring TweakTown operates at its best in his senior management role.

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