DFI has let loose sales kits with stacks of info and images supporting the release of their latest two motherboards; the LANParty JR P45-T2RS and LANParty JR 790GX-M2RS running Intel P45 and AMD 790GX chipsets respectively.
The P45-T2RS is one of the most feature-packed Micro-ATX boards we've ever seen with dual x16 slots for Crossfire support, Digital PWM, all-solid state caps, copper heatpipe chipset cooling and other trinkets like 12 USB ports, 8 channel audio, Genie BIOS etc. - it'd certainly make for a killer compact LAN'ing rig or HTPC.
The 790GX-M2RS is another full-featured MicroATX motherboard which as mentioned runs the new AMD 790GX chipset with SB750 Southbridge. All the expected characteristics of the 790GX chipset are resident with some nicely added enthusiast spice that DFI is so typically reknowned for.
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