IMG 8714 s DFI LANParty SLI DR Expert Board

DFI is getting their SLI-DR Expert board ready for mass
availability this week and will use the current nForce 4 SLI chipset instead of
the new nForce 4 SLI X16 chipset. Reason cited is that there is no performance
benefit running two x16. The layout of the SLI-DR Expert board is different from
the current one with changes made to the CPU socket, DIMM slots, PWM area.
According to DFI, it is meant to improve overall heat dissipation. The x16 slots
are now wider and the SLI mode is digitally controlled that will bring more
convenience to the SLI users. The emphasis of this board is on the memory aspect
where it can support 4 sticks of 1GB DDR400 memories at 1T. The memory voltages
option in the BIOS is further enhanced with finer steppings for eg. 2.80, 2.83,
2.87, 2.9V.

 DFI LANParty SLI DR Expert Board

SLI-DR Expert

 DFI LANParty SLI DR Expert Board

SLI-DR

 DFI LANParty SLI DR Expert Board

 DFI LANParty SLI DR Expert Board

 DFI LANParty SLI DR Expert Board

 DFI LANParty SLI DR Expert Board

 DFI LANParty SLI DR Expert Board

DFI is getting their SLI-DR Expert board ready for mass
availability this week and will use the current nForce 4 SLI chipset instead of
the new nForce 4 SLI X16 chipset. Reason cited is that there is no performance
benefit running two x16. The layout of the SLI-DR Expert board is different from
the current one with changes made to the CPU socket, DIMM slots, PWM area.
According to DFI, it is meant to improve overall heat dissipation. The x16 slots
are now wider and the SLI mode is digitally controlled that will bring more
convenience to the SLI users. The emphasis of this board is on the memory aspect
where it can support 4 sticks of 1GB DDR400 memories at 1T. The memory voltages
option in the BIOS is further enhanced with finer steppings for eg. 2.80, 2.83,
2.87, 2.9V.