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Friday, March 11, 2005
CeBIT 2005

45. DFI - Page 2

DFI - Page 2

While the main attraction was their new LANParty NFX-SLI-T2R powered by Nvidia's nForce 4 chipset, enabling SLI video mode for P4 socket 775 platform:

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DFI also has an SLI solution for the AMD Athlon FX platform (socket 939) with the LANParty UT NF4 SLI-D model:

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while the 855GME-MGF supports Pentium/Celeron M processors:

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DFI, in order to demonstrate the overclocking capabilities of their motherboards, had two open systems running at very high speeds, the first one overclocking memory from DDR400 to DDR600

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The system seems to be running stable, as the MemTest 86+ test results show:

and an SLI system, based on the NF4 SLI-D motherboard,

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and a watercooled 925X-T2, overclocking a P4 from 3.7Ghz to 4.6Ghz!

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