DFI's NF4 Infinity - Function over Form

Subject: Cases and Cooling | October 24, 2005 - 02:12 PM |
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hardCOREware likes DFI's NF4 Infinity.  Unlike their LAN Party series, this board gets the job done with a minimum of embellishments.  It handles the latest Athlon's, will overclock fairly well, and costs less than $100!

"We have soft spot for motherboards that offer nothing more than the basics, but are superb

overclockers and performers. When the price is low and performance is high, these motherboards

always get our attention.

DFI sought out to do just that with their Infinity line of NFORCE4 boards. While they may not look

as snazzy as their Lanparty boards, they are certainly worth your attention if you care more about

performance than flashy lights and glowing colours."


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