Originally Posted by Jakg
Ok, well seeing as DFi's seems to be the pinnacle of Overclockable boards, can someone explain their range? I see the Infinity and Lan Party - differences? are the ones with ATi chipsets better, or is that just for Crossfire? What do the letters stand for (im geussing R = Raid)?
The LanParty boards are the top of the line. I don't know much about the Crossfire boards, but here's an overview of the nF4 boards
LanParty UT nF4-D - Fairly uncommon, lowest end board. Still a good board, just lacks a few options and has a slightly worse chipset. Not SLI compatible.
LanParty UT nF4 Ultra-D - Probably the most popular. Tons of options, great chipset. I love mine. At stock not SLI compatible, but chipset can be modded to use it.
LanParty UT nF4 SLI-D - Same as the Ultra-D, but SLI compatible.
LanParty UT nF4 SLI-DR - Same as SLI-D, but with 8 SATA ports vs 4 on the lower models.
LanParty UT nF4 SLI-DR Expert - Much more advanced BIOS features, often yields the most effiecient/stable overclocks when done correctly. Doesn't play nice with TCCD RAM. The most expensive, and probably the best.
All DFI LanParty boards are excellent, and I still don't know how to use like half of the options on my board.