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Old 07-04-2005, 04:34 PM   #1
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Default DFI LanParty UT Ultra-D

DFI knows that hardcore gamers are interested in a motherboard with huge overclockability and modding potential. We are taking a look at the UT Ultra-D NF4, which promises just that.



After reading the review, feel free to post comments, questions or anything else here!
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Old 07-06-2005, 10:32 PM   #2
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hi mork

congratulations on techgage first motherboard review.

the ultra -D is a great overclocking board but could be fun trying to get ram going
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Considering that was your first motherboard review and it's not supposed to be 'in depth'.. great work!

I'm sure quality Corsair RAM will work well in the DFI though.
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Thanks for the comments guys.

Yeah, my biggest gripe was about the memory. It's known to be a picky board, but a little tweaking can get you far.
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Great review, i just ordered one yesterday. It would be good to know how high the highest HTT is.


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Depends on the board and the rest of your equipment, really... I've heard reports that it only goes to 355, but some people say more....

The new DFI Expert has been tested up to 500HTT.
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