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The Brand New Quad-core Phenom Platform, DFI LANParty UT 790FX-M2R Launched

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  1. malware New Member

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    Another very well known brand is launching today a brand new motherboard for AMD Phenom processors. DFI LANParty UT 790FX-M2R features the highest performance AMD chipset 790FX and SB600 southbridge. Additionally to the quad-core AMD Phenom CPU support you'll receive Digital PWM, Bernstein Audio module, advance heat pipe + Transpiper cooling, 3-way CrossFire support, and what matters to me the most: three PCI slots. Find out more here.

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    Man I love DFI boards... They just look so good and you know they are going to kik ass..
    That would be my choice if I was going for a phenom setup.

    Its actually enjoyable in some sick kinda way having to spend 3 months getting them to work properly... lol :)
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    me too i kinda like the look and layout of this board...now im definately thinking of changing my mind from the msi board just because of the extra pci
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    Nice. Since acquiring my 939 Lanparty Ultra-D, I think that DFI is the way I will always go for motherboards now.
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    I agree they make terrific boards, and these look phenomenal, however, I dont have the time and patience to sit and tweak the massive amount of memory timings and settings you get with these boards. I prefer advanced options, but not so advanced it wears you out.
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    My 939 Lanparty Ultra-D was so much fun. Once you got familiar with the bios, you had so much control. My only issue is they are so expensive. That's the only reason I haven't bought their p35 lanparty, and instead bought a p35 Infinity "Blood Iron".
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    Heatsink clips look a hell of alot easier to install then intels variant aswell.
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    i think that its just on intel side of things when it comes to expensive boards....
    i cant understand why...the only thing that i hate about dfi is that they are always late to the seen...thankfully i didnt break and buy that msi k9a lastnite

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