Following the precedent they've set with previous "LanParty" boards, the box is quite loaded with UV sensitive connectors. That includes two SATA cords, as well as two rounded cables for PATA, and another for the floppy drive. While they don't provide the UV lamp itself, the UV sensitive toys don't stop there. On the board itself, the PCI, AGP and DIMM slots, as well as the SATA connectors, the processor bracket, and the floppy and PATA connectors are all reactive. I don't particularly care for the fanboy UV bling bling, but apparently that's what DFI's marketing is telling their engineers consumers want. So if that's your thing, I'm not sure what else DFI could make UV reactive, other than the PCB itself.
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