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DFI Lanparty UT nF4 SLI-D mobo

Good for gamers and overclockers?

So what about benchmarks? Our test bed consisted of an AMD Athlon 64 FX-55 processor, 1GB of Crucial Ballistix PC3200 DDR memory, a Maxtor MaxLine III 250GB hard drive and two Nvidia GeForce 6800GT graphics cards. The Lanparty UT nF4 SLI-D scored an overall score of 217 in SYSMark 2004 cards in SLi. Moving on to PCMark 05 it managed an overall score of 4317, slightly disappointing. On the other hand the 3D scores are nothing but impressive in SLI mode and I have no complaints at all here.

DFI Lanparty UT nF4 SLI-D

DFI Lanparty UT nF4 SLI-D

DFI Lanparty UT nF4 SLI-D

DFI Lanparty UT nF4 SLI-D

Overall, the Lanparty UT nF4 SLI-D has managed to impress me, although there are improvements that could be made. At £120 this is not one of the cheapest SLi boards around, but it does have a solid range of features which makes up for the slightly higher price.

Verdict

The DFI Lanparty UT nF4 SLI-D differentiates itself from the rest of the SLi boards by having a unique design and some interesting features, especially for overclockers, while offering good application and gaming performance.

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DFI Lanparty UT nF4 SLI-D
 
Rating 80%
 
Price £120;
 
More info The DFI site

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