DFI nForce4 SLI Boards Enjoy Good Sales

Better than expected sales of its two recently released Nvidia nForce4 AMD64 motherboards helped push DFI’s January revenues up 28% sequentially to NT$ 242 million. DFI released the two high-end motherboards – the LANParty NF4 SLI-DR and LANPartyUT NF4 Ultra-D – earlier this year and expected to ship 7,000 units in January, boosting its revenues 10% on month. About 25% of the shipments were for the SLI-based NF4 SLI-DR motherboard. DFI will also be releasing a mainstream Nvidia nForce4 motherboard by CeBIT, though it has no plans to release an nForce4-4X socket-754 motherboard.


Better than expected sales of its two recently released Nvidia nForce4 AMD64 motherboards helped push DFI’s January revenues up 28% sequentially to NT$ 242 million. DFI released the two high-end motherboards – the LANParty NF4 SLI-DR and LANPartyUT NF4 Ultra-D – earlier this year and expected to ship 7,000 units in January, boosting its revenues 10% on month. About 25% of the shipments were for the SLI-based NF4 SLI-DR motherboard. DFI will also be releasing a mainstream Nvidia nForce4 motherboard by CeBIT, though it has no plans to release an nForce4-4X socket-754 motherboard.

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