Tuesday, August 5th 2008

DFI Details LANParty JR P45-T2RS and LANParty JR 790GX-M2RS Micro-ATX Motherboards

DFI has let loose details on its latest Intel and AMD motherboards, meant to fit in micro-ATX systems. LANParty JR P45-T2RS runs on Intel's last mainstream P45 chipset whereas LANParty JR 790GX-M2RS is powered from AMD's 790GX chipset and SB750 southbridge. Both mainboards pack a great number of extras, featuring dual x16 slots for SLI/CrossFire support depending on the platform, Digital PWM, all-solid capacitors (presented in LANParty JR P45-T2RS only), copper heatpipe chipset cooling and other neat stuff like 12 USB ports, 8 channel audio, Genie BIOS and CMOS Reload. With so much oumph, these two fellows will be greatly accepted in high-performance HTPC systems or in compact cases made for LanParty events. Pricing and availability of both motherboards are still kept in secret.

Source: TweakTown
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29 Comments on DFI Details LANParty JR P45-T2RS and LANParty JR 790GX-M2RS Micro-ATX Motherboards

#1
ShadowFold
Sweet! More M-ATX Crossfire boards!
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#3
theJesus
DFI LP boards look so sexy :pimp:
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#4
cdawall
where the hell are my stars
the AMD version has the SATA headers in a stupid spot a dual slot cooler will cover most of them and a single slot will cover the 1st 3...


not to mention its using liquid caps wtf? least they could have done was slid caps for the cpu :shadedshu
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#5
powerwolf
by: cdawall
the AMD version has the SATA headers in a stupid spot a dual slot cooler will cover most of them and a single slot will cover the 1st 3...

not to mention its using liquid caps wtf? least they could have done was slid caps for the cpu :shadedshu
Relax!



Is that better?:)
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#6
cdawall
where the hell are my stars
yes much better i was looking at that thing going wtf do ECS buy DFI
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#7
chron
the intel mb, a q6600, 2 4850's and 2gb of ram is shapin up to be a pretty practical lan party pc... Now all I need is a lan party!
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#8
devguy
by: cdawall
yes much better i was looking at that thing going wtf do ECS buy DFI
Yeah, the one powerwolf posted is the Lan Party version. The one in the top post is the standard version.
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#9
Wile E
Power User
Finally, an Matx board that has all the features I'm after. Bet it clocks like a bat out of hell too.
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#10
WarEagleAU
Bird of Prey
?Bad ass, but couldnt they have put the awesome INTEL Orange and yellow on the AMD as well, if not green and yellow (MT DEW anyone?)
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#11
Fitseries3
Eleet Hardware Junkie
and the intel board comes in a DDR3 version too. i've known about that for months.
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#12
1c3d0g
Holy sh!t...now THIS is an Intel motherboard! It's purrrfect for my needs.
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#13
PrudentPrincess
Take off the SLI part of the news topic. Neither of these boards support SLI.
Just don't want people confused. :laugh:
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#14
panchoman
Sold my stars!
what happend to the socketed bios chip dfi?
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#15
Scrizz
This is the shizz.
why didn't someone release something like this sooner.
Hats off to DFI for this
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#16
PrudentPrincess
by: Scrizz
This is the shizz.
why didn't someone release something like this sooner.
Hats off to DFI for this
Why oh why did they not make a SLI mATX board, that is the question. :shadedshu
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#17
devguy
by: PrudentPrincess
Why oh why did they not make a SLI mATX board, that is the question. :shadedshu
ehh, it's been done. Now a CrossfireX matx board is something new.
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#18
Pinchy
The intel is on pre-order here for $219, from a "moderate" store (never the cheapest, never the most expensive).


Crossfire 2x3450's and hybrid it with the onboard...LOL!
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#20
PrudentPrincess
by: devguy
ehh, it's been done. Now a CrossfireX matx board is something new.
It's been done once. On a socket 939 board.
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#23
cdawall
where the hell are my stars
i wish they would have done open 4x pci-e slots then you could have run 3x sinlge slot cards on them lol
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