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DFI LANPARTY Pro 875 Motherboard Review

Ever since Intel introduced the hallowed two words, "Dual Channel", with their Granite Bay chipset towards the end of last year, the tides have turned from AMD controlling the enthusiast crowd to strongly in favour of the 35 year old Intel Corp with their brilliantly maturing Pentium 4. Today Shawn "Toxic" Baker checks out DFI's Pro 875 LANPARTY motherboard with Intel's Dual Channel DDR-400 supporting Canterwood chipset. Is performance not an issue for you? Maybe the retail package is of more importance... If so, DFI have the perfect product for you!
By: Shawn Baker | Socket LGA 775 in Motherboards | Posted: Jul 16, 2003 4:00 am
TweakTown Rating: 9.0%Manufacturer: DFI




Until recently DFI was one name that you wouldn't hear in the enthusiast sector of computers. Recently they have gone out on a limb and released a host of new motherboards branded the "LANPARTY Series" for the more demanding computer user. The LANPARTY has been released in the shape of three chipsets - nVidia's nForce 2 Ultra, VIA's KT400a and Intel's 875 otherwise known as the Canterwood. The particular product we are looking at today is the PRO 875 motherboard which follows Intel's latest chipset, the Canterwood.


The 875 chipset is currently the most powerful companion for your Pentium 4 with support for Dual Channel DDR 400 and Performance Acceleration Technology (PAT). All this speedy technology is unfortunately let down by a higher price tag yet we will see today what DFI is able to do with it. We will also have a look at what the LANPARTY series brings with it.


Let's not wait any longer and as DFI say, "It's Party Time!"


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