Not long ago, DFI went from being a mediocre board maker to a company that caters to enthusiasts with rock solid boards and extreme overclocking options. DFI’s success in the overclocking market appears to be almost instant, but we’ve been told that DFI was working on the enthusiast line of boards ever since 2000-2001 time frame. Not only that, but Abit’s (and industry’s) most renowned engineer Oskar Wu left the company and joined DFI, which resulted in excellent board layout and BIOS options. Now that ATI has finally introduced its Crossfire platform, it’s only matter of time before board manufacturers start releasing their Crossfire products in mass quantities. Read on at CoolTechZone to lean more about DFI's plans.