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Thread: The motherboard that breaks the limitation of memory:DFI LANParty NF680I LT SLI-T2R




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    Default Re: The motherboard that breaks the limitation of memory:DFI LANParty NF680I LT SLI-T

    I hope it can have a good performance when equipped
    with Corsair Dominator TWIN2X2048-8888C4DF
    E6420
    CPU 450 MHz/DDRII 1200 CL4 3-3-3 2T 2.40V
    Sandra/ Everest

    Dual Super PI 32M

    Dual SP2004

    The performance of X6800(ES)
    CPU 400Mhz/DDRII 1200 CL4 3-3-9 2T 2.36V
    Dual SP2004 runs stably

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    Default Re: The motherboard that breaks the limitation of memory:DFI LANParty NF680I LT SLI-T

    CPU500Mhz single Super PI 32M

    DDRII Memory is real good
    CPU 450 MHz/DDRII 1310 CL4 4-3-3 2T
    Sandra/EVEREST broad bandwidth of memory…

    It’s a bit pity about the divisor…
    no way to run the broad bandwidth test under 500/1310 ratio.
    DFI LANParty UT NF680I LT SLI-T2R
    The merits
    1)an organized and unique graph (includes package design, boot-up picture,
    and the image of driver CD)
    2)Also a unique design for the NB cooler, a extra fan will make it better too.
    3)LANParty BIOS options: the range of frequency/ voltage is real “wide” for
    users to tweak.
    4)If the processor quality is good enough. It can easy to reach FSB500 or
    above. DFI’s is better than NV’s CRB a bit.
    5)NVIDIA’s 680/650 are the only models of Intel platform which can supports
    SLI function.

    The defects
    1)a little bit late to release in market; It can have a better competitive power
    2)NVIDIA chipset’s problem…high temperature from chipset
    3)Lower voltage on detection, higher temperature when measure,
    that needs to improve
    I believe it wasn’t a coincident that EVGA’s CMB has good sales result from
    the market. Except the SLI technology, NV is a step-ahead than Intel on DDR
    memory overclocking.
    Actually, DFI LANParty UT NF680i LT hasn’t adopts 680i but 680i LT.
    But design ability is overcome most of problems of LT version, it did reach a
    higher record of FSB than 680i. In addition, although LT version isn’t supports
    DDRII1200 as 680i, but in fact, it shows a better performance than 680i CRB.
    These are the remarkable points of this LP UT NF680i LT.

    680i and 680i LT basically is the same chipset, but separate by its process
    quality.
    Ha, I suggest DFI to have a 680i Ultra, particularly its LT version has a better
    performance than 680i CRB.
    Obviously, LANParty series motherboard is getting improved step by step in
    this year.
    If they can launch their product a little earlier, set the price a little
    reasonable and the detection of the system can be more accurate. I think
    DFI’s product will “walk tall” in front of all 1st tier brand.

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