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

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  1. malware New Member

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    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.

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    Sweet! More M-ATX Crossfire boards!
     
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    yay :)
     
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    DFI LP boards look so sexy :pimp:
     
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    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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    Relax!

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    Is that better?:)
     
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  7. cdawall where the hell are my stars

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    yes much better i was looking at that thing going wtf do ECS buy DFI
     
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    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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    Yeah, the one powerwolf posted is the Lan Party version. The one in the top post is the standard version.
     
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    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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    ?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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    and the intel board comes in a DDR3 version too. i've known about that for months.
     
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    Holy sh!t...now THIS is an Intel motherboard! It's purrrfect for my needs.
     
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    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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    what happend to the socketed bios chip dfi?
     
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    This is the shizz.
    why didn't someone release something like this sooner.
    Hats off to DFI for this
     
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    Why oh why did they not make a SLI mATX board, that is the question. :shadedshu
     
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    ehh, it's been done. Now a CrossfireX matx board is something new.
     
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    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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    new dfi , new overclock story
     
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    It's been done once. On a socket 939 board.
     
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    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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