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Old 13-02-08, 09:46 PM
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OC3D Review: DFI Lanparty LT X38-T2R Motherboard

"Some of DFI's previous Lanparty branded boards have reached almost iconic status. Will their latest X38 based board be able to meet our expectations?"



DFI X38-T2R Review

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Old 13-02-08, 10:23 PM
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I know where you live and I know you still have the board in your possession
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Old 13-02-08, 10:24 PM
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looks sweet, i love the green theme
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Old 13-02-08, 10:35 PM
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Yeah quality review Jim as ever.. That board does look swish! And preforms as well to it seems.

Shame there isn't better availability over here
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Old 13-02-08, 11:12 PM
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Looks nice but a tad late in my opinion with the X48 boards coming out soon and no real gains over the T2R Ive got.
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Old 14-02-08, 12:42 AM
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WOW!!!

SUCH A NICE BOARD!!

i was waiting for somebody to review this board, as i had had my eyes on it for the longest time.

Such a nice looking board, and what a performer, gonna be getting this 100% in my next build.
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Old 14-02-08, 05:12 AM
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I know where you live and I know you still have the board in your possession
*licks board*

"Haha now it's got my germs on it!!"
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Old 14-02-08, 01:53 PM
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why not try overclock dual-core cpu (e6550, e6750 etc) with the board. to make sure it really is q6600's fsb wall and not motherboards. Just a suggestion.
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Old 14-02-08, 01:58 PM
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why not try overclock dual-core cpu (e6550, e6750 etc) with the board. to make sure it really is q6600's fsb wall and not motherboards. Just a suggestion.
No chips to hand i'm afraid. I've got two Q6600's and an E4300 floating about at the moment, and the E4300 maxes out at 375fsb lol.

Don't worry tho, you'll probably be seeing a lot more unofficial results form this board when the QX9650 arrives.
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Old 14-02-08, 02:04 PM
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Don't worry tho, you'll probably be seeing a lot more unofficial results form this board when the QX9650 arrives.
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Extensive review my good man. Won't get a new mobo until nehlam...
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