There are no rear ports for a Parallel Printer or serial devices, but there is an onboard header for an external serial device an IR header. When it comes to real overclocking, there’s only one company which enthusiasts turn to, DFI. Log in Don’t have an account? We complained about the pin blocks in our review of the DFI SLI, but after working with the card edge boards, they are no better than the pin blocks. Rounding things off are a pair of standard PCI slots.
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We tried both ATI and nVidia top-of-the line cards to make sure.
Post Your Comment Please log in or sign up to comment. The best overclocking motherboard ever built? Went over there today and that’s exactly the configuration that worked, thanks Not sure why they weren’t installed in the factory, I couldn’t see anything listed about it in the manual either. lahparty
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Apr 2, at One thing I do remember is some dffi needing the -5v for the onboard audio, but his Enermax PSU doesn’t have this rail. Ran 3D Mark 05 and got 7k. The sticker lists a few different system configurations and states approximately how much power each system will draw in total, and how many amps the 12V rail on your powersupply must be able to deliver.
Anyone with this PSU got onboard audio working?
One of the most important features for overclocking enthusiasts on this board are the memory voltage selector jumpers DFI has placed just above the 24 pin ATX connector. Been speaking to him on MSN tonight and he says he’s getting no audio.
In fact, DFI has been so successful that it is hard to imagine that the company only entered the enthusiast market two years ago. When a UV cold cathode is placed inside the case, these slots will glow brightly, while the black PCB below will fade into the background.
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Any ideas please, he’s going to contact DFI soon as we’ve pretty much run out of ideas edit: Using the onboard sound on the mobo, the module is correctly inserted, drivers are lanpartg and when he plays audio the nVidia panel shows the audio is playing on the display. There are no rear ports for a Sounr Printer or serial devices, but there is an onboard header for an external serial device an IR header.
The IDE connectors are at our preferred upper right edge of the motherboard, and the floppy connector is a board edge connector located on the right edge around the middle of the board.
Rounding things off are a pair of standard PCI slots.
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Both locations worked well in our testing. Problem is, nothing comes out the ports on the back. An nothing says classy better than UV reactive yellow computer ports and slots.
SLI motherboards tend to draw a little more power than usual, and so there is an effective warning to that end on the main pin ATX power connector. This arrangement worked well in our testing and should work better for those who change memory frequently than in the crowded right-hand alternate location used on many boards.
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A jumper on the mobo perhaps?