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How many DFI-based computers have you built?

  

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  1. 1.

    • ZERO. But I will soon.
      7
    • ONE. My sig rig is my one and only. But not my last.
      57
    • TWO. Ive been around the block before.
      32
    • THREE. I like to upgrade. ALOT.
      17
    • FOUR or more. Im obsessed, a mod, or admin, or I build for business.
      30


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So, how many.

 

Consider:

Basically, if you switched motherboards, we'll consider that a 'DFI based computer'. So if youve switched the cpu, RAM video card, and power supply on your eXpert, we still call that one DFI rig.

 

If you switch nothing but your SLI-DR to an eXpert, we consider that a new computer :D

 

Because we're cheaters ;)

 

Any questions?

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Guest SuppA-SnipA

u can also participate in something similair at here

 

and of course dfi and nothing else again, MACarter02 good idea making this poll lol

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I've got an NFII LP UT-A, NFII UT-B (both still humming away untouched after 3+ years!!), an NF4 Infinity SLI, and now my SLI-DR Expert which is really testing my dang patience!! lol

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My first DFI build is the famed Pro875B, the second edition, that ran my Preshott 3.85 on a pair of TwinXLPro 1:1 very stable on a Zalman heatsink. I was able to run 4.0 on the Preshott/DFI, gaming, video editing and burning CD but could not get prime stable no matter what. It only stabilized on 3.85. My biggest mistake is selling it to a friend, that board started it all for DFI for me. I progressed to Ultra-D, sold it, another mistake, because I got the SLI-DR with an X2 3800+, currently on an Expert/Opty 165. There will never be another board that I will use, I have never had any problems with my DFI boards that I could not resolve because of this forum, I got all my answers here, never did call for suppport or whatsoever. DFI all the way!!!!!

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Guest Neezer

zero, but come may when i get a real job and get into the black, i will definately build a dfi. i am really excited to be seeing all of these advances in hardware, and by the time i am ready to buy. the vista glitches should be worked out.

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