DFI LanParty Jr. 790GX-M3H5 Motherboard Review

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DFI LanParty Jr. 790GX-M3H5 Motherboard Review

Postby Apoptosis » Thu Jul 16, 2009 8:17 am

DFI LanParty Jr. 790GX-M3H5 Motherboard Review

DFI tries their hand at the mATX socket AM3 market with their LanParty series and the 790GX chipset. Do they have a board that will compete and be a draw for gamers and enthusiasts alike? That is what we want to find out on this AMD Phenom II ready motherboard!


Article Title: DFI LanParty Jr. 790GX-M3H5 Motherboard Review
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Re: DFI LanParty Jr. 790GX-M3H5 Motherboard Review

Postby FeRaL » Thu Jul 16, 2009 9:46 am

The days of DFI being the overclocker's dream board is a thing of the past. Too bad, they had a really good run in the socket A and 939 days.
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Re: DFI LanParty Jr. 790GX-M3H5 Motherboard Review

Postby imsochobo » Sun Jul 19, 2009 6:59 am

I did almost a 4ghz on cooled watercooling on a phenom 1 with almost the same board :)
Just the AM2+ instead of AM3 who said dfi isnt overclocking boards ? :p gigabyte and asus just pulled off 3600 mhz on this baby :p

The board utilze almost the same stuff as the 790FXB boards, and therefore is almost the same ;) HT-Ref clocking isnt that good, but with a black edition isnt that a problem, a microatx system would be a great option with this board, and its what i use it for mostly, sometimes i use it for some overclocking aswell.

Wudnt say terrible overclocker, that was done one phase cooling -20 gigabyte board didnt that well one same cpu and cooling

cooling used for the picture belov, some ice which there is loads off in norway, i could just lay a radiator outside during the winter and get lower temperatures. but its a aquacomputer waterblock, a strong waterpump called iwaki 24 volts pump, and a bucket(or what it is calleD) with water and ice, nothing special :)
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