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DFI Lanparty LT X48 T3RS - PCstats.com DFI Lanparty LT X48 T3RS
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There are also many more advantages which will give it a performance edge over many motherboards on the market today. These include it being an Intel socket LGA775, which currently supports some of the most powerful CPU's on the market. The board has an X48 chipset, and currently the premier gaming chipset. There is also support for DDR3, the fast growing standard in RAM. DDR3 can hit much higher speeds than DDR2 memory, making it far superior. With all these specifications, this board easily classifies itself as a high end gaming board. It should compete with the best gaming boards out there, giving you unparalleled performance. Lately, the Asus ROG (Republic of Gamers) line of motherboards have been able to keep up with, and in some cases surpass DFI boards. And it seems as if DFI is becoming more of a second class board compared to the pure level of Asus's resources in making more advanced motherboards, though DFI should not be counted out if you are in the market for an X48 platform motherboard. Despite Asus being at DFI's heels lately, the DFI LanParty LT X48 T3RS should still prove to be a great gaming motherboard, along with providing a high overclock.
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