AnandTech reviewed the ATI RD600 based LANParty UT ICFX3200-T2R motherboard from DFI. This could be one of the last chipsets from ATI (AMD now) for the Intel platform.
ATI introduced what we now know as the RD600 chipset (originally Radeon Xpress 200 CrossFire for Intel) in September of 2005 and it is being officially released now. The highlights of the RD600 include independent memory and FSB overclocking capabilities, 1066MHz front side bus support, 1066MHz+ DDR2 memory support, automatic PCIe overclocking, and full support for the entire Core 2 Duo processor lineup. The chipset is officially called the ICFX3200 which is a misnomer in our opinion. The RD580 for AMD series was designated the Radeon Xpress 3200 based upon having true dual x16 PCI Express capability for graphics with the Radeon Xpress 1600 (RD480) nomenclature being used for the dual x8 PCI Express graphics capable motherboards.