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DFI LanParty UT NF3 250GB
By: DMOS
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    2004-11-09

    Table of Contents:
  • DFI LanParty UT NF3 250GB
  • Specifications
  • Chipset Integration
  • What's in the Box
  • Layout
  • How About that AGP Slot?
  • BIOS
  • Overclocking
  • Adobe After Effects, POV-Ray
  • STARS CFD, Super Pi
  • SPECviewperf, 3DMark01
  • Comanche4, Unreal Tournament
  • WinRAR, LAME
  • Conclusion

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    Here's where this board truly shines. DFI has gone out of their way to make every overclocker and tweaker happy, and then some. No more need for A64Tweaker, as there's more memory latency controls than most people know what to do with. But that's getting ahead of ourselves. First up, the pictures:

    The voltage options at first glance seem awfully pansy for the CPU, with only 1.55V available. But looking a little deeper, there's a sweet multiplier that allows for absolutely unnecessary voltage levels (2.11V). The other voltages are up to EPoX's chip killing standards, 1.9V chipset, and 3.1V to the memory.

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