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DFI Lanparty BI P43-T34 Motherboard Unveiled

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  1. btarunr

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    DFI LANParty today introduces its new motherboard, the Blood Iron BI P43-T34, after the launch of the high-end P55 motherboard. BI P43-T34 makes LANParty Blood Iron series a more complete product line. For those who like LANParty products, it is the best value motherboard.

    To provide consumers with better value platform, BI P43-T34 is equipped with exclusive LANParty ABS II, CPU auto upgrade technology. CPU performance can be automatically promoted!! As long as users choose ABS II started while boosting system at the first time, the system's performance can be upgraded immediately. Therefore, users do not have to spend a lot of time and effort to set up for better performance. That is, even with limited budget, consumers still can obtain higher performance easily and fast.

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    The latest Blood Iron series product, BI P43-T34, also has the most advanced digital power supply design. Different from the low power efficiency of analog design, the power efficiency of digital PWM can reach up to 90%. High power efficiency results in high stability and avoids the damage to components. Hence, the lifespan can be extended. Most importantly, it reduces the waste of power while conversing. Users can save more power and gain benefits from it.

    BI P43-T34 adopts Intel P43 express chip and mainstream CPU socket 775, which supports Intel Core 2 Quad and Core 2 Due processors. In addition, it is equipped with 4 memory DIMM slots of DDR3 which will gradually replace DDR2 as mainstream. One PCI-Express x16 slot is available for graphics card. In terms of audio, Realtek ALC885 chip is on board to deliver 7.1 channel HD audio output. According to test, SNR is over 106dB. Superior audio experience can be rendered to users.

    BI P43-T34 possesses ABS II, digital PWM, Gigabit LAN, and 7.1 channel audio. Also, 6 SATA II, 1 IDE, and 12 USB2.0 is included to provide a motherboard with adequate expansions for users. The latest BI series motherboard, BI P43-T34, is the best value choice of Intel platform and brings you the most benefits.

    DFI Landparty BI P43-T34 Features:
    • Intel P43 + ICH10
    • Supports Intel Core 2 Duo and Core 2 Quad processors in the LGA 775 package
    • Supports Dual CH DDR3 800/1066/1333(O.C.)MHz
    • Supports FSB up to 1333MHz
    • ABS II,CPU Auto Upgrade Technology
    • PCI Express x16 for graphics card
    • Gigabit LAN
    • Realtek ALC885 7.1 CH HD Audio
     
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    :cry: I want to kno when the AMD version is coming out! lol.. It's heart breaking to see that it's not of the old color scheme.. But, then again, it's now a LP...

    But, on the board at hand.. It looks like a nice budget board.
     
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    Rock Solid heart touching//ROFL// sorry Cold Storm I had to.

    Yeah Id like to see a high end AMD system from them soon.
     
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    Why you quoting Asus wording? lol All good


    This is the board I want to see.. DFI AMD 785G
     
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    P43, I will pass. Now if DFI had ever made a 790i board ..... :D
     
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    WTF is wrong with the image dude? It's too small.
     
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    why so early :) n y techpowerup posted this?
    p43 n now??? strange!
     
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    agree. i need a bigga image
     
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    yea lol i'm surprised they're still releasing P43's. i personally don't see anything wrong with them as i have one and it's much better for overclocking my q6600 than my 680i was lol.
     
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    p43 i was think they release p53
     
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    I can see their reasoning on behind the P43.. look at the specs and think of the whole Blood Iron family. It's all about cheap efficient mobo's.. This will be your board that can play the new stuff, and get you the step up you need to think about going p55.. Reasoning saying that is due to the ddr3. Yes, it is a low fact on mhz, but you gotta start somewhere. Plus, if your going this route for a system, your probably looking for a HTPC that the board would be good for. Then, when that chip is done and over with. P55 won't be as expensive as it would be when you gotta also worry about memory.. Just gotta think about memory once you get the full system running..

    Get, what I'm thinking?
     
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    If the lucid chip works out I'd like to see DFI to a UT P55 and X58 run with it.

    That would be hot. IF the lucid technology works.
     
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    .. probly still would suck ;P
     
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    LMAO! Well ...

    I know my previous statement was rather fanboy-ish, but I'm loving my current nforce board, it's my first. Unsure why I like it though.
     

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