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LANParty UT X48-T3RS


$350.00 Released January, 2008

Product Shot 1 The Pros:Supports up to 8GB DDR3. Massive amount of SATA Connectors. Many PCI/PCIe Slots.

The Cons:Expensive. No onboard video. DDR3 is much more expensive than DDR2.

The LANParty UT X48-T3RS by DFI is an ATX motherboard with an Intel LGA 775 socket to be used with Intel Core 2 Quad and Intel Core 2 Duo processors. It is DFI's top-of-the-line motherboard. It supports up to 8GB of DDR3 1066/1800/2000MHz memory divided over four 240-pin DIMM slots.

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Product Shot 2 It has two PCI Express x16 slots, and one PCIE 2 and 4 slot, in addition to three regular PCI slots. It also features two gigabit LAN ports. It also features many different audio in/out ports. It also features DFI's FlameFreezer Heat Sink System

Features

  • Intel X48 Chipset
  • LGA 775 Socket fore Core 2 Duo/Quad
  • Supports 1600/1333/1066/800 FSB
  • 4 DDR3 1600MHz DIMM Slots (Max 8GB)
  • 3 PCI Slots
  • 2 PCI Express x16 Slots
  • 1 PCIe 4 Slot
  • 1 PCIe 2 Slot
  • Bernstein Audio Module
    • Realtek ALC885 8-channel High Definition Audio CODEC Center/subwoofer, rear R/L and side R/L jacks
    • Line-in, line-out (front R/L) and mic-in jacks
    • 2 coaxial RCA S/PDIF-in/out jacks
    • 1 optical S/PDIF connector
    • 1 CD-in connector
    • 1 front audio connector
  • Two SATA controllers, 6 SATA Connectors and 2 SATA Connects
  • RAID Support
  • FlameFreezer Upright Heatsink

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Pros
  • 3

    Supports up to 8GB DDR3

  • 2

    Massive amount of SATA Connectors

  • 1

    Many PCI/PCIe Slots

  • 1

    RAID Support

  • 1

    FlameFreezer Heatsink System

Cons
  • 2

    Expensive

  • 2

    No onboard video

  • 1

    DDR3 is much more expensive than DDR2

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