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Friday, March 11, 2005
CeBIT 2005

44. DFI - Page 1

DFI - Page 1

DFI was founded in 1981 and has become well known in the last few years through its powerful and overclockable motherboards, going by the codename "LANPARTY".

DFI currently has three lines of products:

  • for high end users and LAN games the UV-Sensitive LANPARTY
  • the LANPARTY UT series for the vast mainstream market with high performance and UV-sensitive features but with a friendly price
  • the GENERAL series, aimed for the lower market, with good features and much lower prices than the competition

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DFI had at their booth, new motheboards based on Intel's 915P, 925X and 945P chipsets for P4 socket 775 processors:

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