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DFI® Targets Enthusiasts with the World’s First i875P Chipset Based Motherboard for the Intel® LGA 775 Platform – LANParty® 875P-T

 

 

 

-- DFI LANParty 875P-T motherboard is industry’s most unique *hybrid* solution supporting dual channel DDR400, 8X AGP, and native Performance Acceleration Technology (PAT) on the new LGA 775 architecture --

 

 

 

 

 

For more information, contact:

 

Vivian Lien

DFI San Jose

510.274.8000

 

 

 

 

 

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE:

 

 

 

 

 

Hayward, CA (September 23, 2004) – DFI®, a worldwide leader in industrial applications and maker of the UV-reactive LANParty® and LANPartyUT series of motherboards, today launched the world’s most unique hybrid motherboard for the Intel® LGA 775 architecture. Leveraging the maturity of the Canterwood chipset, DFI’s new LANParty 875P-T motherboard allows users to adopt new technologies early by upgrading their computers one stage at a time. With the intention to lower cost of upgrade, the latest motherboard is designed to enable the usage of DDR memory and AGP based graphics solutions while taking advantage of the benefits of the LGA (LAN Grid Array) technology.

 

 

 

Current LGA 775 based motherboards require upgrade in memory type and/or video standard. The unique LANParty 875P-T motherboard offers a perfect blend by integrating the most mature chipset on the latest processing architecture. Based on the Intel i875P/ICH5R chipset, the motherboard supports DDR400 in dual channel mode up to 4GB, 800 MHz Front Side Bus (FSB), Hyper-Threading technology and native Performance Acceleration Technology (PAT). To offer great video performance while allowing users to use existing graphics solutions, LANParty 875P-T supports the well-developed 8X AGP standard. When overclocked, the new DFI motherboard offers a wide range of CPU, memory and AGP performance boost options to release the full potential of DDR and 8X AGP. For the first time, enthusiasts will be able to save on platform upgrade while still enjoy a performance gain.

 

 

 

To further the advantages of the Canterwood chipset, the LANParty 875P-T fully supports 2-channel SATA and authentic Intel SATA RAID, Gigabit LAN, USB 2.0 and IEEE 1394 firewire. Other integrated features include 6-channel audio with SPDIF in/out and DFI proprietary EZ On/Reset power buttons. As a part of the new LANParty generation, this motherboard features the DFI RockSolid standard by incorporating 100% Japanese capacitors, 4-phase power management and heat-reducing MOSFETs. Designed with the LAN gamers and case modders in mind, the motherboard is completed with orange UV reactive slots/sockets, round cables, zip ties, and cable sleeving. Other useful LAN party based features include a full-size PC Transpo tower carrying case and FrontX expansion box featuring mini Firewire, SPDIF out, external SATA and diagnostic LEDs.

 

 

 

The LANParty 875P-T motherboard is currently available through DFI’s authorized distributors and resellers. For the complete specification, please visit http://www.dfi.com.tw.

 

 

 

 

 

About DFI® (San Jose), Inc.

 

 

 

Founded in 1981 in the heart of Asia, DFI, Inc. is a worldwide leader in motherboard design and manufacturing. Headquartered in Taiwan, DFI’s international presence includes the United States, the Netherlands, China and Japan. Dedicated to manufacturing the highest quality solutions for the expanding IT market, DFI’s product lines include a complete line-up of advanced motherboards, graphics solutions, and Applied Computing Platforms. The company sells its products through a selected group of distributors, system builders, VARs, retailers and e-tailers internationally.

 

 

 

DFI’s US branch office is located at 30981 San Clemente Street, Hayward, CA 94545. For more information on the company, please visit www.dfi.com.tw

 

 

 

DFI and LANParty are registered trademarks. Other product names are either trademarks or trade names of their respective holders.

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I'll have one Monday, but wont be back from DFI office until Wednesday...gonna put a 775 Prescott 2.8Ghz in it heh...got to find a top notch heatsink too so I can overclock it...from what the boys in DFI-TW tell me, its even better clocker than our 875...

 

as for availability/price...I'll find that out Monday when I'm in the office.

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P.S. A_G OczTony is testing it out now as we speak. Check out this thread http://www.bleedinedge.com/forum/showthread.php?t=4525 Looks pretty good so far ;) I can almost gaurantee I will get 1 like this. I was thinking of going with the 754 board but I think this is more what I was looking far!!!! I like intel and 915 and 925 (ie ddr2 and pci-e) dont impress me yet. Good Job DFI on the 875 T!!!!

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Any updates Angry with this board?

Hows it coming along?

Any reviews at any other sites?

I've done a google and came up only with press releases.

Looking forward to a review/s.

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A G, keep us posted on this board. i have been so pleased with the dfi lanparty pro 875b i might just get this board to replace the abit bh7 i have in another machine.

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lol down boy!!!

 

i got the Prescott on the way...should be here in a day or two...still no really good cpu coolers =(

 

not sure how my overclocks are gonna be without a bombay cooler...i've got a 775 Coolermaster that I will just steal off the 925 (since only PCI-E card i have is a welfare X300SE).

 

gonna drop a 9800XT + PC4400 OCZ on the 875P-T + 2.8Ghz 775, 460w 24-pin ATX psu.... =)

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I found the bios to be way to agressive with the ram and as such 250fsb was about the max or so 1:1. I have reported this so I hope an update will cure the agressiveness of the board,

 

CPU overclocking is nothing short of awesome as are all voltage options and stability.

 

I have now sent the board to the UK so it will be a while till i get back to testing it....i will have to buy a 775 also :( as I was tesing with ES cpu's :)

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Originally posted by OCZTony

I found the bios to be way to agressive with the ram and as such 250fsb was about the max or so 1:1. I have reported this so I hope an update will cure the agressiveness of the board,

 

CPU overclocking is nothing short of awesome as are all voltage options and stability.

 

I have now sent the board to the UK so it will be a while till i get back to testing it....i will have to buy a 775 also :( as I was tesing with ES cpu's :)

 

Hey Tony Thanks for the reply!!! Hopefully DFI will fix the ram issue. I hope Oscar is on this project!!! Although I am a little disappointed it still is not to bad cause it seems that 915/925 loose their pci lock at about that speed. although a 3.4 at 250 would be damn sweet in my book!!! ;)

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