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Monday February 28, 2005

[H]ardNews 13th Edition

DFI LANParty NF4 SLi-DR:

If socket 939 and SLi are two things you need in your next motherboard then have a look at this DFI LANParty NF4 SLi-DR review at PCPerspective. You can see our man Morry’s thoughs on this very same board here.

DFI has created the first non-1st tier motherboard SLI solution. Asus, Gigabyte and MSI were all hand held through the process of building their SLI motherboards, while DFI and its engineers were left to fend for themselves. The result is a well made and well thought out motherboard with SLI as an extra bonus feature on top of that.

A8N-SLI Versus LANParty UT NF4 SLi-D:

Hexus has a little “battle of the titan” style action going in this ASUS A8N-SLI Versus LANParty UT NF4 SLi-D review. Be sure you check out our A8N-SLI review here for comparison purposes.

To keep it brief, if you want solid nForce4 SLI performance, good features and pricing that won't break the bank, either board will do.

Corsair XPERT:

CoolTechZone has some of that spanky new Corsair XPERT memory in house for a little review action. We posted a little movie of the memory in action here to give you the full visual impact of the new LED display.

The price is our only serious concern with the XPERT memory. Other than that, Corsair has released an exceptionally well structured product that does everything that one might wish.