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DFI LANParty UT P35 motherboards launched

Posted on Friday, July 20 2007 @ 18:15:13 CEST by

Motherboard maker DFI announced its new LANParty UT P35 series which is fully compatible with Intel's 1333MHz FSB processors. One of the motherboard's unique features is it's heatpipe assembly.

Just like many other motherboards the DFI LP UT P35 motherboards use heatpipes to connect the Southbridge, Northbridge and PWM heatsinks but DFI also includes an extension joint which will carry the hat out from the case.

The Transpiper can be extended to where outside the PSU fan. That means the air flow from the PSU fan will be help to carry out the heat from Transpiper. Otherwise, the heat air flow will be stuck inside the chassis and that will jeopardize the stability of the system. This is a magnificent breakthrough of heat pipe assembly design. Here's a photo of how it looks like:

The motherboard also features 3 VGA slots so you can use CrossFire along with a physics card, 8-phase Digital PWM for improved stability and overclocking, a Bernstein audio module, support for both DDR2 and DDR3 memory, a versatile BIOS and dual Gigabit LAN.



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