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Thread: [First Look] DFI 680i LT NF-680i LT SLI (56K Warning~~~)

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    [First Look] DFI 680i LT NF-680i LT SLI (56K Warning~~~)

    I received from DFI one day ago. DFI told me this is retail box.

    I share pics to everyone.


    BOX and accessory














    Northbridge Heat Sink









    Motherboard pics




























    I/O





    Chipset


    Network chipset







    Northbridge




    Raid Chipset





    Install Northbridge Heat Sink














    I will test later.

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    First mobo where you have to install your own Chipset HSF?

    I wonder how many RMA's DFI will take because of it...

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    Nice looking board
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    oc quad core man ... i want a nforce board that can oc QUAD CORE beyond 400FSB ..
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    Nice, can't wait for OC results and benches...

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    Quote Originally Posted by death metal View Post
    Nice, can't wait for OC results and benches...

    agreed...

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    The boards layout design, and the NB/SB cooling solution, I like it!

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    thanks for all those pics

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    Quote Originally Posted by J-Mag View Post
    First mobo where you have to install your own Chipset HSF? I wonder how many RMA's DFI will take because of it...
    I'm thinking the same, because some people are noobs.
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    Quote Originally Posted by C Stat B View Post
    I'm thinking the same, because some people are noobs.
    Yeah seriously...

    I am far from noob, but I have sure done some noobish things.

    Whatever you do don't drink and install hardware

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    I just can't wayt to see max quad core fsb results.
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    Thanks for the pictures, are you under NDA for benches and overclock results or can you post them?

    If it ain't watercooled, I don't wanna know.

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    Quote Originally Posted by J-Mag View Post
    Whatever you do don't drink and install hardware

    or Overclock


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    Quote Originally Posted by C Stat B View Post
    I'm thinking the same, because some people are noobs.
    Some?? Lots of!!
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    What size fan does that NB cooler take?


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    Sweet looking board, like the DIY chipset cooler, very nice. I noticed it's the LT version of the 680i chipset. In the last thread regarding this board, Oskar Wu was quotd as saying that the LT version was a better overclocker......looking forward to your results with this board.
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    Sub $250, and 500MHz FSB+ doable and I may have to buy this
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    Quote Originally Posted by NickS View Post
    Sub $250, and 500MHz FSB+ doable and I may have to buy this
    i 2nd that one

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    Let's see if it outperforms the asus striker

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    Quote Originally Posted by Atom View Post
    Let's see if it outperforms the asus striker
    Striker is slow lmao.
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    OMG! Alright... now I oficially need one of that!
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    The orange is killing me, they should go back to ultra-b or d lanparty colors.
    That NB HS is huge forget a big heatsink fitting on there without mods.
    It's funny the SB HS on there looks like a regular NB heatsink.
    Cool box.

    Lets see some results.
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    motherboard of my dreams is finally here

    good riddance to this evga 680i POS

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