Despite the merger of ATI and AMD having brought much friction on ATI's previously healthy relationship with Intel in terms of their motherboard chipset lineups, DFI are the one partner to have stuck by their word in eventually releasing a motherboard based on ATI's much anticipated RD600 chipset, most likely the final Intel chipset we'll ever see ATI produce.
In an announcement from DFI today, the LANParty UT ICFX3200-T2R/G Motherboard is finally here!
Our review of this board will be up very soon folks, we're just as eager as you guys to find out how much it shines amongst the competition.
Taipei, Taiwan -- The merger of ATI and AMD placed the RD600 chipset in an unusual position. Despite all obstacles DFI decided to keep the faith with the eager public, which has been dreaming of the RD600 board, and continued production plans for the RD600. The power of the chipset's graphics processing capabilities with the incorporation of physics processing support has drawn interest from every hardcore gamer and over-clocking enthusiast around the world. Despite a flurry of rumors in the market, DFI's determination to bring excellent products to the market remains unchanged.
Last updated: Apr 6, 2020 at 09:05 pm CDT
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