DFI Launches LANParty UT P35 series
Patrick "MACMAC" MacMillan
Although this news is a little belated, on Thursday, DFI announced their new LANParty UT P35 series motherboards, in both DDR2 and DDR3 models. Not only do these new motherboards come in a sleek black and green colour scheme, they are also packed with features.
Here is one of the innovative features:
The designer of DFI LP UT P35 series has created a whole new weapon, a heat pipe assembly from SB, NB then extend to PWM. The design of DFI's new heat pipe is totally different to others in market.
It uses a copper-made pipe to connect independent heat sinks of SB, NB and PWM together. Then, there will be an extension joint (Transpiper) to carry the heat out from the chassis. The Transpiper can be extended to where outside the PSU fan. That means the air flow from the PSU fan will be help to carry out the heat from Transpiper.
If DFI releases this motherboard soon, and prices it aggressively, they might have a dominant product on their hands. It certainly has all the features an enthusiast could want, and the extras like the Bernstein Audio Module will surely attract non-overclockers as well. I hope to see some reviews sooner than later!
Click here to read the press release.
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