Dfi LANPARTY NFII ULTRA Driver
Introduction. End of life a little premature? LanParty logo. I commented in my last motherboard review that the Socket A Athlon XP platform was. The DFI LanParty NFII Ultra B comes in a large box that holds many goodies inside. Admittedly, I never really followed this product with much. The first LANParty board we looked at here was the KTA, and it's a good offering from DFI, but I'm expecting even more out of the NFII Ultra.
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Dfi LANPARTY NFII ULTRA Driver
The FrontX port replicator. The FrontX port replicator is a great addition if you don't already have something similar bundled into your case or in your drive bay.
FrontX may have questionable benefits for many gamers. Many enthusiasts already have nice cases that have port replication on the front bezel.
Also the beige color Dfi LANPARTY NFII ULTRA likely clash with your case color which means you probably paint it or leave it out. To help you bring your computer to the local gaming event, a carrying strap is a welcome addition. Just wrap this around your case and you got a handle to which to carry it easily.
It even has a pouch in which you can put your mouse or a can of Mountain Dew. If you already have a carrying strap, having a second one would make life easier since you can now strap two handles onto the box which makes for easier transportation than just a Dfi LANPARTY NFII ULTRA handle.
The strap can carry a Dfi LANPARTY NFII ULTRA about 60" in girth. Even if you don't have any use for the carrying strap, there are plenty non-computer uses for it like helping move boxes of beverage to a barbeque and be the geek of the party. Keep the carrying strap in the back of your car and I think you'll be surprised where it can come in handy or not: The User's Guide wasn't much of a guide at all.
All that was inside were diagrams of the motherboard with jumper and pin settings. There was no information on troubleshooting, installation, or BIOS information. This review will concentrate mostly on what makes the board unique though will also touch on overclocking and how similar the different versions of the nForce2 chipset are. The area above the AGP slot on most motherboards is typically Dfi LANPARTY NFII ULTRA congested. Introduction End of life a little premature?
DFI LanParty NFII Ultra B Voltmods TechPowerUp
But corporate types Dfi LANPARTY NFII ULTRA clearly at the bottom of DFI's priority list with its new LANParty line, which is squarely targeted at PC enthusiasts, case modding fanatics, and gamers who regularly drag their PCs out of the house. It would not be a bad idea at all to add an active cooling solution to this. Note that the chipset heatsink uses 2 push pins that mount through the board, requiring access to the back side of the board in order to remove the unit. The slots themselves are grouped in two sets, an upper set of 2 and a lower set of 1. While the sets themselves are not color coded, the grouping eases any confusion with enabling Dual Channel memory Dfi LANPARTY NFII ULTRA.
Furthermore, the slots are positioned so that even the largest AGP card will not interfere with memory insertion or removal. This LED illuminates when the board is powered on.