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DFI Launches the LANParty UT ICFX3200-T2R/G Motherboard

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    The release of the LP UT ICFX3200-T2R/G combines power of ATI's chipset with support for the latest Intel CPUs, such as the Core 2 Extreme/Quad/Duo, it may very well be the grand finale of the ATI/Intel partnership but will never be forgotten. The performance of RD600 will easily surpass all previous ATI chipsets in every respect including overclockability, processing power and graphics quality. DFI's expertise in the development of ATI Crossfire motherboards is well known in the industry (the LANParty UT CFX3200-DR motherboard won first place in the ATI China DIY System Overclocking Competition). The latest LANParty UT ICFX3200-TR2/G motherboard using the RD600 chipset will naturally offer only even better overclockability and even more impressive graphics processing power. The engineers, in particular, have made an “epic” effort to give the board superb overclocking potential. DFI has also designed entirely new packaging for the LANParty UT ICFX3200-T2R/G to symbolize the company's intentions to reach all new heights in performance.

    Most Powerful Partnership in History – Core 2 Extreme Meets CROSSFIRE
    When ATI first released its RD580 chipset, DFI's motherboard implementation took the market by storm and won countless awards for performance. As the RD580 supported x16 bus dual card Crossfire technology, the boost to graphics processing power made it perfect for overclockers and gamers. Earlier in the year ATI also released the RD600 chipset supporting Intel dual core and quad core CPUs. This chipset not only provides true Dual Crossfire VGA support technology but also introduces the latest 3D rendering technology – Physics Rendering support. The RD600 also received major improvements in overclockability and memory support. The LANParty UT ICFX3200-T2R/G supports all of Intel's latest Core 2 Extreme/Quad/Duo series processors. By using the ATI RD600 chip for the Northbridge and utilizing the SB600 for the southbridge the LP UT ICFX3200-T2R/G will certainly have an all-star line-up of components.

    Support for All New Physics Rendering Card
    Hardcore gamers, designers, and engineers working with physical effects have all been eagerly waiting for physics processing technology to mature and become more widespread. Unlike traditional 3D graphics processing, physics rendering can accurately simulate real-world physics such as the influence of gravity on moving objects, how game characters' clothes flutter in the breeze, how objects behave when blown up and where all of their fragments fly to. This technology will provide gamers with an even more realistic “Virtual World” and provide them with a gaming experience completely different to that of traditional graphics processing methods. The LANParty UT ICFX3200-T2R/G provides users with 3 sets of PCI Express x16 slots. Two of the slots are used for ATI Dual x8 Crossfire processing while the other PCIe slot (the 3 rd slot) provides PCIe x2 for the physics rendering card.

    Six Phase Digital PWM
    When a CPU is overclocked it not only requires more power but also demands a more stable power supply. For this reason the DFI engineers have built a Six Phase Digital PWM on the DFI LANParty UT ICFX3200-T2R/G to ensure that the power that the CPU receives is always 100% stable. This power supply design allows users to rest assured that they will never experience “Blowouts” and that the CPU will be provided with clean currents up to 200A ensuring that the extra load from CPU overclocking is completely met.

    Designed to Withstand Overclocking
    Overclocking performance is intimately linked to the motherboard quality. Fortunately DFI always demands extremely high quality from its motherboards and therefore their motherboards easily surpass others in performance due to design and quality. This is particularly true of the LANParty series which is targeted at high-end overclocking enthusiasts and hardcore gamers. The new LANParty UT ICFX3200-T2R/G motherboard supports voltage adjustments for the memory, Northbridge, HT, Southbridge as well as the CPU core. The wide range of BIOS options allows users to easily fine tune the board to an unparalleled degree. These carefully designed overclocking adjustment options together with DFI's BIOS technology designed for overclocking will be sure to provide enthusiasts with a whole new level of overclocking experience.

    Latest DDR2 1066 Support
    To maximize its overclocking potential the DFI LANParty UT ICFX3200-T2R/G motherboard is equipped with four DDR2 slots. Support is provided for single or double sided DDR2 800 and DDR2 1066 memory and also allows the memory voltage to be raised up to 3.2V.

    Teaming Technology
    For gamers the greatest benefit of Teaming technology comes through in LAN Games. When transferring large data files between computers, this technology effectively doubles the original Ethernet bandwidth. When gamers are battling each other across a LAN equipped with Teaming technology it will provide them with fast, bottleneck free gaming. DFI's new LANParty UT ICFX3200-T2R/G motherboard is provided with two Teaming technology equipped GbE LAN interfaces controlled by the high-performance Marvell 88E9052 GbE PCI-E and Marvell 88E8053 GbE PCI-E chips.

    SATA-2 and RAID Support
    The SATA-2 interface provides increased hard disk transfer performance and RAID offers increased data transfer rates between hard disks. RAID also improves data access performance and offers secure data storage. The LANParty UT ICFX3200-T2R/G offers a total of 8 SATA interfaces that would not seem out of place on a server grade motherboard The Southbridge chip controls 4 of the SATA-2 interfaces enabling the setup of RAID 0, RAID 1 or RAID 0+1 arrays; the other 4 SATA-2 interfaces are controlled by a Promise PDC40719 chipset that supports RAID 0, RAID 1, RAID 0+1 and RAID 5.

    Vista Premium Edition's KARAJAN Audio Module
    For audio, the Karajan audio module familiar to enthusiasts returns once more in the DFI LANParty UT ICFX3200-T2/G motherboard. It's worthwhile to note that the module uses the RealTek ALC885 8CH sound decoder chip certified by Microsoft as Windows Vista Premium Ready for significant improvements to audio quality. Gamers can not only enjoy ultra-realistic 7.1 channel audio in their battles but they can also enjoy improved theater quality DVD movie sound effects. The Karajan ALC885 chip offers sound quality that is simply unmatched by other integrated audio technologies.

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  2. ktr

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    umm....wont this be a downgrade???
     
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    Yay, solid copper heatsinks instead of worthless heatpipe snakes.
     
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    so, the amd compatible version isn't going to be one of the lanparty series?
     
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    two useable pci slots plus physics plus crossfire....damn thats one hell of a combo. the pci-e 16x slots are no longer needed for crossfire as the coding can be delivered over both slots and then shared over the internal connection (aka sli bridge). the main need for dual 16x was card to card comunication for crossfire.

    ryboto why wouldnt the amd version be a lanparty?
     
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    yeah.. i was under the impression that that would be 16x/16x/8x wtf...
     
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    what I meant to ask was "does this mean there wont be a lanparty version for AMD?". because just two weeks ago, or was it 3? this was released,
    dfi xpress 3200 for AM2

    it's an infinity series board, not a lanparty..and I don't see dfi releasing a lanparty version in addition to the infinity..why would they?
     
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    good lord

    anyone else think its impossible to keep up with all this new stuff these days!?!?!?!:cry:
     
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    yea, that dfi am2 board I was talking about...there's barely any info on it...no reviews, only a few user reviews on newegg..
     
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    dfi more then likely sees no point to creating a 3200/am2 lanparty board with the rd600 almost here. im guessing they will soon have a am2/rd600 board.
     
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