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DFI LANParty UT NF4 SLI-DR Expert Motherboard Review

DFI LANParty UT NF4 SLI-DR Expert Motherboard Review - PCSTATS
Abstract: On the PCB you'll find a 7.1 channel audio codec, dual Gigabit NICs, an additional four channel Serial ATA controller and IEEE 1394a Firewire.
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External Mfg. Website: DFI Dec 05 2005   Colin Sun  
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More BIOS Options and CMOS Reloaded

Maximum CPU voltage goes up to 2.1V, HTT voltage to 1.5V, chipset to 1.96V and memory to a very sweet 4V. The chipset and memory voltage options increase in 0.03-0.04V which gives users a lot of options.

Experts Tip: Not all Memory Works Better with Higher Voltages
As a general rule of thumb, when voltage is raised the overclockability of most components is increased. Depending on the type of memory used in an overclocker system however, this rule doesn't necessarily apply. Winbond BH6/5/UTT based memory tends to increase in performance as the voltage goes higher (additional cooling may be required) however Samsung TCC5/D DRAM and Hynix D43 based modules definitely do not react well to the same high memory voltage settings. Raising the voltages past 2.9V is more often then not a bad ideal with the latter types, so it pays to know the specifics of the DRAM on the memory installed in your computer before going past a DRAM voltage setting of 2.9V in your own overclocking adventure.
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The DFI LANPartyUT NF4 SLI-DR Expert allows users to switch SLI on and off within the BIOS. Something to remember when running SLI.

DFI CMOS Reloaded:

The CMOS Reloaded section is probably the most useful feature of the DFI BIOS. There are four blocks which allow users to save and load different BIOS settings.

The CMOS Reloaded feature is very useful for the tweaker; nothing is more frustrating than having to reset the BIOS only to forget what settings were being used. As you can see there is also the ability to write a brief description next to each "User defined setting bank" which is certainly helpful for separating stable settings from more experimental collections.

PCStats Test System Specs:

AMD Athlon64 4000+
AMD Athlon64 3200+

Clock Speed:

12 x 200 MHz = 2.4 GHz
10 x 200 MHz = 2 GHz


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2x 512MB PDP PDC1G3200+XBLK

Hard Drive: 74GB Western Digital Raptor SATA
CDROM: AOpen Combo 52x
Heatsink: AMD Athlon64 4000+ Reference Heatsink
PowerSupply: PC Power & Cooling TurboCool 510 SLI
Software Setup

Forceware 6.70
Forceware 78.01

Workstation Benchmarks

SYSMark 2004
Business Winstone 2004
Content Creation 2004
Super Pi
SiSoft Sandra 2005
Comanche 4
X2: The Threat
Doom 3

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Contents of Article: DFI LANParty UT NF4 SLI-DR Expert
 Pg 1.  DFI LANParty UT NF4 SLI-DR Expert Motherboard Review
 Pg 2.  Touring the Motherboard Features
 Pg 3.  More LANPartyUT NF4 SLI-DR Expert Details
 Pg 4.  Overclocking the DFI LANPartyUT NF4 SLI-DR Expert
 Pg 5.  Inside the DFI Expert BIOS
 Pg 6.  — More BIOS Options and CMOS Reloaded
 Pg 7.  Benchmark: SYSMark2004
 Pg 8.  Benchmarks: Winstone 2004, Winbench 99
 Pg 9.  Benchmarks: SiSoft Sandra, Super Pi
 Pg 10.  Benchmarks: PCMark04, PCMark05
 Pg 11.  Benchmarks: 3DMark2001, 3DMark05
 Pg 12.  Benchmarks: Comanche 4, X2: The Threat
 Pg 13.  Benchmarks: UT2003, UT2004
 Pg 14.  Benchmarks: Doom 3 and Conclusion

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