DFI Revolutionizes the Concept of Overclocking with the Launch of CMOS Reloaded
DFI, the worldwide leader in performance and corporate motherboard design, today announced the release of CMOS Reloaded overclocking utility suite for hardware enthusiasts.
Hayward, CA (September 16, 2003) – DFI, the worldwide leader in performance
and corporate motherboard design, today announced the release of CMOS ReloadedÒ
overclocking utility suite for hardware enthusiasts. Complementing DFI’s
proprietary Genie BIOS menu and Live Update for BIOS, drivers and utilities,
CMOS ReloadedÒ enables users to save their overclock settings with personalized
names and switch between configurations simultaneously.
The Revolutionary Change Since Jumperless
Changing the way enthusiasts “tweak”, CMOS Reloaded removes the need to manually
record settings on paper and reset configurations during the trial and error
process. Unlike conventional motherboards that allow for only one set of CMOS
configuration, DFI’s new technology offers up to 4 sets per computer. Depending
on the application used and the processing power needed, users can choose
between configurations to maximize resources and take full advantage of what PCs
have to offer.
Advanced CMOS Functionality
Combining hardware design and software engineering, CMOS Reloaded allows users
to save their desired configuration settings using the Backup command. Variable
between motherboard models, the user can save from 2 to 4 sets of configurations
with different operating systems associated with each. Whether it is used for
intensive gaming, complicated computer development environment or simple Word
processing, the user can choose to Load any one of the previously saved
configurations to meet the requirements. To further provide a seamless switch
between configurations, users are now able to define their own “hot keys” and
bypass the lengthy process. Echoing the trend and to satisfy the need for
personalization when a perfect “tweak” is achieved, CMOS Reloaded’s Rename
feature allows configurations to be saved to reflect their significance. Be it
the overclocker’s name, a date, or a high score, CMOS Reloaded offers complete
customization for the true enthusiasts.
CMOS Reloaded will be officially launched at Computex on September 23, 2003. For
information on the press conference, please contact PR@dfiweb.com.
This overclocking utility will be available in the upcoming LANParty and INFINITY
models: LANParty PRO875 (Rev. B), LANParty NFII Ultra (Rev. B), 875P INFINITY,
865PE INFINITY, and NFII Ultra INFINITY. For more information or to be the first
to experiment with a live demo, please visit us at Computex TWTC Hall 2, Booths