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  • Review: HEXUS Group Test :: Is there a perfect high-end Intel motherboard?

    HEXUS Group Test :: Is there a perfect high-end Intel motherboard?

    10 July 2008, 05:15

    We look at four Intel-based motherboards, taking in Intel and NVIDIA chipsets, DDR3 versus DDR2 performance and three-card CrossFireX and triple-SLI scaling. Interested? Read on...

  • HEXUS - Computex 2008 :: DFI walks us through Auto Boost

    HEXUS - Computex 2008 :: DFI walks us through Auto Boost

    20 June 2008, 11:02

    DFI talks us through their new software which automatically overclocks your system for you without all that fiddling about.

  • Review: ATI Crossfire Sneak Peek with DFI @ Computex

    5 July 2005, 00:00

    Using pre-release device drivers with Supertiling enabled, which seems to be the default mode for ATI Crossfire under Direct3D, indicates that presently NVIDIA GeForce 6800 Ultra SLi is faster. However ...

  • Review: Intel's Pentium-M 735 Processor and DFI 855GME Motherboard

    31 March 2005, 00:00

    Performance wise, there\'s one thing that stands out from the analysis and observation of P-M\'s scaling with nothing more than its base frequency: it\'s crying out for core logic to ...

  • Review: DFI LANPARTY 925X-T2

    24 March 2005, 00:00

    There\'s plenty of decent 900-series boards doing the rounds right now, and DFI\'s 925X-T2 is decent. The problem is, as far as I can see, that other manufacturers now offer ...

  • Review: DFI LANPARTY PRO875B Canterwood

    22 June 2004, 00:00

    DFI\'s produced another well-rounded motherboard that demands to be shortlisted for top-end S478 machines. Priced in the neighbourhood of £120, it also represents good i875P value. Our reservations lie in ...

  • Review: DFI LANPARTY 865PE

    29 January 2004, 00:00

    The LANPARTY 865PE is a good board, there's little doubt of that. Is being good enough to warrant a purchase ?. The inherent trouble is that there are many good ...

  • Review: DFI LanParty NFII Ultra B

    23 November 2003, 00:00

    4 port SATA, lots of USB2.0 and FireWire, Gigabit Ethernet, the FrontX and Transpo hardware, class topping Socket A performance, excellent audio, attractive looks. I'm struggling to think what else ...

  • Review: DFI 865PE INFINITY

    16 October 2003, 00:00

    It\'s very fast, stable, feature rich and should be aggressively priced. If DFI can iron out one or two presentation and overclocking problems it has the potential to be one ...

  • Review: DFI LANParty NFII ULTRA

    30 July 2003, 00:00

    In conclusion, then, one of the finer nForce2 Ultra 400 boards if features, individuality and bundle is high on your list of priorities. Tentative pricing puts it at around £120, ...


    20 July 2003, 00:00

    The DFI's Canterwood heritage and name will count against it when considered in relation to a number of excellent Springdale boards that have flooded the market recently. It's hard to ...

  • Review: DFI Xabre X400-T2 64MB

    11 March 2003, 00:00

    I\'d like to recommend the DFI Xabre X400-T2 but find it difficult to do so. Whilst fully appreciating that the card has been available for some months now, it still ...

  • Review: DFI NB80-EA Granite Bay - Overclocking

    11 December 2002, 00:00

    DFI have produced a exceptional motherboard in the NB80-EA, especially when you consider that it is using a brand new Intel chipset. There are reports of instability and problems with ...

  • Review: DFI NB78-HL

    8 December 2002, 00:00

    I\'ve put this board through the normal rigorous tests that we use here at HEXUS and it never flinched. I have only played briefly with the overclocking options as the ...

  • Review: DFI NB80-EA Granite Bay

    29 November 2002, 00:00

    Dual-channel DDR, in the guise of Intel's 'Granite Bay' chipset, looks likely to be manufactured and marketed by the larger first-tier motherboard manufacturers only. That's why it's nice to see ...

  • Review: DFI NB76-EC

    5 July 2002, 00:00

    In the time since i845D\'s launch, we\'ve seen a few companies say hello with a DDR chipset for P4 including SiS and VIA and DDR is now the memory platform ...

  • Review: DFI NB70-SC

    1 May 2002, 00:00

    The keywords for this board when you are thinking about purchasing it are stability and high out of the box performance.

  • Review: DFI NB72-SR

    16 December 2001, 00:00

    Overall the feature set is fine and I'm a fan of the ICH2 AC'97 audio provided by the board. Unremarkable performance but extremely solid are the keywords to describe things ...