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When a 92mm fan is installed, it may not fit because of the ATX power supply. With a 80mm fan, it sits just flush to the edge of the motherboard which may mean a snug fit for some of Dfi LANPARTY NFII ULTRA. Like the Infinity, the Zif socket is also crooked and not flush to the PCB which may cause some cooling problems. I personally had no problems, but it may be a concern for some of you. The 12v and ATX power headers are poorly laid out.


For the 12v, there is a capacitor next to it which makes removing the cable difficult. Also, it is very close to the AGP slot which can cause problems if your video cooler is large. This is particularly troublesome when removing the ATX power cable - you first have to remove the CPU fan wires and also make sure that you Dfi LANPARTY NFII ULTRA bend a capacitor in the process. The CMOS jumper is in an unfortunate position.

It's inline with a PCI slot which means it can be blocked off if you use that slot. For a motherboard marketed towards enthusiasts, some forethought would have been nice in this department as tweakers are often resetting their CMOS.


So if you plan to do some tweaking, keep PCI-1 slot clear of long cards. It's obvious that DFI needs some work in making this board a little bit easier to work with. The above issues aren't so bad if it were a traditional consumer model, but since it's targeted at gamers and enthusiasts, Dfi LANPARTY NFII ULTRA these concerns would make the board even better.

DFI NFII ULTRA B - LANPARTY - motherboard - ATX - Socket A - nForce2 Ultra Overview - CNET

Here we can see that there is a full-set of features. Friday, January 16, Introduction Over the past year we have seen quite a few nForce 2 based motherboards starting with the first NF2 and then later a NF2 Ultra designed for increased processor support. Performance differences between the chipsets are marginal at best due in part to the limitations of the AthlonXP processor. My own long held traditional view of AMD as a technology company, one that's only able to support mass production of a single CPU architecture range, may ultimately turn out to be false, as Athlon 64 gains acceptance and, crucially, existing customers demand support for a platform that's already seen significant success.

Despite being based on different chipsets, the two boards actually share a lot as far as specs go. The Accessory Kit box contains the regular assortment of cables and such, including: Dfi LANPARTY NFII ULTRA plethora of documentation, CDs, and the motherboard itself are located with the Motherboard box. Inside the box labeled FrontX, there is a componentized drive bay kit that supports front audio ports, USB 2. I was very impressed with all the included items, to say the least.

There are no real tight areas on the board, with most jumpers, headers and connectors well placed and out of the other's way. Notice that various components on the board were designed out of a UV reactive green plastic material.

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Introduction. DFI LANPARTY NFII ULTRA MOTHERBOARD. Let's get the party started. Avid readers will no doubt know that NVIDIA, in its.

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