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Thread: DFI Unleashes The New LANParty NFII Ultra Motherboard

  1. #1
    Join Date
    Nov 2001
    Brisbane, Australia


    Hayward, CA (June 12, 2003) - DFI, a worldwide leader in reliable and performance desktop motherboard solutions, today unveils its latest addition to the popular LANParty line of motherboards. - the LANParty NFII Ultra. The new LANParty NFII Ultra for the AMDŽ platform supports AMD Athlon(tm) XP processor 3200+ with advanced 400MHz frontside bus technology (FSB).

    The design of the LANParty NFII Ultra takes full advantage of the nForce2 Ultra 400/MCP-T chipset architecture and is optimized for the dual channel DDR400 memory and 8X AGP support for additional performance gain. Integrated features include 6-channel audio with S/PDIF bracket, dual 10/100 Mbps Ethernet for added network reliability, ATA-133 IDE RAID (0,1,0+1 and 1.5) for cost effective data security, serial ATA for more compact system design, and high speed IEEE 1394 Firewire ports. RAID 1.5 is a DFI LANParty signature design to incorporate the performance of RAID 0+1 at the low cost of only 2 hard drives.

    "The introduction of the new LANParty NFII Ultra motherboard enables users to transform their desktop PC into the ultimate gaming machine, perfect for the highly anticipated PC games of the year, including Doom 3 and Half Life 2 " said Jacky Huang, General Manager, DFI San Jose. "The focus of the line is to offer the most feature rich and performance driven solution that every serious gamer can appreciate and to provide additional touches especially for those who attend LAN parties."

    DFI's LANParty NFII Ultra is the only motherboard that provides a complete solution for hardcore gamers and case modders. Flexible overclocking menu incorporates tweaking options for CPU, memory, AGP voltages at 1 MHz increments. Unique on-board EZ On/EZ Touch allows users to power the systems without installing the motherboard in the chassis first. Echoing the trend in case modding, the DFI solution sports UV sensitive slots and sockets that glow in the dark, and includes UV sensitive round cables for added functionality. For the LAN party gamers, the solution also includes a sturdy PC Transpo to move the towers around. The total solution is further completed with a FrontX breakout box that extends the PC's rear USB, Firewire, MIC, or speaker ports to the front using custom designed extension cables.

    The LANParty NFII Ultra is currently available for pre-release order through DFI's authorized dealers. The MSRP on this new LANParty model is $169 and the official release date in North America is June 16, 2003. High resolution images of the LANParty NFII Ultra motherboard are available at

    About DFIŽ (San Jose), Inc.

    Founded in 1981 in the heart of Asia, DFI, Inc. is a worldwide leader in motherboard design and manufacturing. Headquartered in Taiwan, DFI's international presence includes the United States, the Netherlands, China and Japan. Dedicated to manufacturing the highest quality solutions for the expanding IT market, DFI's product lines include a complete line-up of advanced motherboards, graphics solutions, and Applied Computing Platforms. The company sells its products through a selected group of distributors, system builders, VARs, retailers and e-tailers internationally.

    DFI's US branch office is located at 30981 San Clemente Street, Hayward, CA 94545. For more information on the company, please visit or email [email protected]. Further information on DFI's LANParty products can be found online at

    DFI and LANParty are registered trademarks. Other product names are either trademarks or trade names of their respective holders.

    Cameron "Mr.Tweak" Wilmot
    Managing Director
    Tweak Town Pty Ltd

  2. #2
    Join Date
    Feb 2003
    Fincastle, IN, USA


    Very cool mobo..........may have too look into buying one of those in the future, considerin im setting up a UV case mod at the time, and this would be a great mobo to pair with it

  3. #3
    Join Date
    Dec 2002


    pretty and highly functional, i like it:devil:
    I've gone too far and need to move on!

  4. #4
    Join Date
    May 2003


    Interesting mobo.. it will rpobably be a while before it is exported to aus though : /
    'Life is what you make of it'

    For system specs goto my webpage, and have a lookie under the 'pc specs' area

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