Page 1 of 8Introduction
DFI has certainly made quite a big bang in the AMD world with their LANParty motherboards. The fact that I still own the LANParty UT nF4 Ultra-D is one big surprise. I never keep hardware for more than 2 months. DFI does not stop with just the LANParty series though. They realize the huge success of the great motherboard, but continue to strive to make it more appealing to everyone. It's as if the great overclocking headroom is not enough, DFI pushes to lower the price tag. Personally, I already find the nF4 Ultra-D a very affordable solution for everyone out there. I guess that is not enough for DFI's standards. With the budget users in mind, DFI releases their nF4 Infinity series.
The Infinity series of motherboards targets the overclockers who cannot afford to fork out the greens in their wallets, although they should if they want to work with a quality motherboard. The Infinity series started with the nF2. That sexy red motherboard was great back in the days and allowed some extremists to reach insanely high FSB. The question now is whether DFI can produce a much more affordable motherboard without sacrificing any performance.