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Monday, 02 November 2009 12:44

DFI shows P43-based Blood Iron

Written by Slobodan Simic

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The LanParty BI P43-T34


DFI has announced yet another member of its Blood Iron motherboard series, the P43-T34. Based on Intel's P43 chipset, this new motherboard supports Intel's Core 2 Duo/Quad LGA775 processors and features DDR3 memory support.

The new P43 based Blood Iron motherboard has a single PCI-Express x16 slot, digital PWM and four DDR3-1333 memory. In addition to the single graphics-ready PCI-Express x16 slot, the motherboard comes with three PCI-Express x1 and two plain PCI slots.

The rest of the features include DFI's ABS II, Gigabit LAN, integrated 7.1-channel audio based on Realtek's ALC885 chip, six SATA II ports and twelve USB 2.0 ports.

The new DFI Blood Iron motherboard should appear in retail pretty soon, and we expect it to sell for around €70.

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