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DFI Lanparty UT/LT P35-T2R

DFI Lanparty UT P35-T2R



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# LGA 775 socket for: - Intel® CoreTM2 Quad, Intel® CoreTM2 Extreme, Intel® CoreTM2 Duo, Intel® Pentium® D or Intel® Pentium® 4
# Supports Intel Enhanced Memory 64 Technology (EMT64T)
# Supports Enhanced Intel SpeedStep Technology (EIST)
# Supports Intel Hyper-Threading Technology
# Supports 1333*/1066/800MHz system bus speed *Available only on CPUs that support 1333MHz FSB
DFI Lanparty UT P35-T2R

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Intel P35 Chipset Drivers
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DFI Lanparty LT P35-T2R



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# LGA 775 socket for: - Intel® CoreTM2 Quad, Intel® CoreTM2 Extreme, Intel® CoreTM2 Duo, Intel® Pentium® D or Intel® Pentium® 4
# Supports Intel Enhanced Memory 64 Technology (EMT64T)
# Supports Enhanced Intel SpeedStep Technology (EIST)
# Supports Intel Hyper-Threading Technology
# Supports 1333*/1066/800MHz system bus speed *Available only on CPUs that support 1333MHz FSB
DFI Lanparty LT P35-T2R

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Intel P35 Chipset Drivers
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Well, I have nothing but good to say about it. I have been using it for a couple months now and so far it is a champ imo.

Very stable vcore due to the tweaking in the bios and due to the digital pwm.

Highest fsb I have been able to reach and be stable at is 515MHz, not sure if it's the mb or the cpu.

Just all around my experience with this mb has been great.

The LP LT P35 has a typical, but nice layout. Placement of the Dimm slots could have been a tid bit higher, but then again maybe deep down everybody wants to pull out their gfx card to change their RAM.(some gfx cards you can get by with out doing this but I know you have to with the 3870X2)

Pci and PCIE slots are placed nicely imo. Also I like the edge facing sata connectors so the lengthy gfx cards don't hinder sata device connections.

All in All a good Dual core mb, not sure about Quad though. Someone will chime in that uses a Quad in it. I'm sure it handles them fine.



USER RESULTS
Edited by BTK - 6/7/08 at 8:09am
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Okay people this thread is for the high end P35 dfi mobos the UT and Lt hopefully it's a successful as the DK thread

Lets start filling it up people.. helping to look for impressions/mods would be great
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Well, I have nothing but good to say about it. I have been using it for a couple months now and so far it is a champ imo.

Very stable vcore due to the tweaking in the bios and due to the digital pwm.

Highest fsb I have been able to reach and be stable at is 515MHz, not sure if it's the mb or the cpu.

Bios has just about any and all tweaking options you can think of. Very freindly at the same time to navigate. I've heard a few say they added GTL voltage options to teh DK just for Quads but the UT and LT have those options as well so not sure if that holds any weight or not.

The LP LT P35 has a typical, but nice layout. Placement of the Dimm slots could have been a tid bit higher, but then again maybe deep down everybody wants to pull out their gfx card to change their RAM.(some gfx cards you can get by with out doing this but I know you have to with the 3870X2)

Pci and PCIE slots are placed nicely imo. Also I like the edge facing sata connectors so the lengthy gfx cards don't hinder sata device connections.

All in All a good Dual core mb, not sure about Quad though. Someone will chime in that uses a Quad in it. I'm sure it handles them fine.

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thanks rx7racer your post has been added to user impressions
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*Borrowed the following from my post in the DK thread***

I wanted to give an overview of my decision of why I chose the LT over the DK or UT.

First I wanted to go over the layouts of the board (DK, LT, and UT)







You can see layout of the LT is similar to the UT than either are to the DK.

I think the layout of the LT/UT is better because the solid state capacitors are not surrounding the CPU and any coolers that would be attached also the heat sink on the far right of the board on the DK is not going to be there to get in the way of things on the LT/UT. You will also note that you can see the markings on the LT where the UT's heat sink pipes would go. After comparing the features on DFI's website there seems to be no feature differences at all between the UT and LT. The only items I can tell are the pipes connecting the chipset heatsinks together and the transpiper which has mixed reviews to say the least.

Now onto the prices. (Current Newegg prices...shipped)

DK - $147.91 ($22.08 less than LT, $81.09 less than UT)
LT - $169.99 ($22.08 more than DK, $59.01 less than UT)
UT - $229.00 ($59.01 more than LT, $81.09 more than DK)

So I figured for about $22 more the LT was worth it, for its better layout (IMHO), dual LAN connections, firewire, six system controlled fan connectors vs three, diagnostic LED, six layers of PCB vs four, and two extra SATA connections on the JMB363 controller.

I do have to say the DK has been much more tested and tweaked in the world of overclocking than the LT, so we will have to see how it goes for me.

I do say if you are interested in spending the $230 for the UT take a second look at the LT model before making up your mind.
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*Borrowed the following from my post in the DK thread***

I wanted to give an overview of my decision of why I chose the LT over the DK or UT.

First I wanted to go over the layouts of the board (DK, LT, and UT)







You can see layout of the LT is similar to the UT than either are to the DK.

I think the layout of the LT/UT is better because the solid state capacitors are not surrounding the CPU and any coolers that would be attached also the heat sink on the far right of the board on the DK is not going to be there to get in the way of things on the LT/UT. You will also note that you can see the markings on the LT where the UT's heat sink pipes would go. After comparing the features on DFI's website there seems to be no feature differences at all between the UT and LT. The only items I can tell are the pipes connecting the chipset heatsinks together and the transpiper which has mixed reviews to say the least.

Now onto the prices. (Current Newegg prices...shipped)

DK - $147.91 ($22.08 less than LT, $81.09 less than UT)
LT - $169.99 ($22.08 more than DK, $59.01 less than UT)
UT - $229.00 ($59.01 more than LT, $81.09 more than DK)

So I figured for about $22 more the LT was worth it, for its better layout (IMHO), dual LAN connections, firewire, six system controlled fan connectors vs three, diagnostic LED, six layers of PCB vs four, and two extra SATA connections on the JMB363 controller.

I do have to say the DK has been much more tested and tweaked in the world of overclocking than the LT, so we will have to see how it goes for me.

I do say if you are interested in spending the $230 for the UT take a second look at the LT model before making up your mind.
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I would say no, mainly because its not much of an FAQ more like my opinion with some facts here and there.
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the LT is the beat deal between all 3 right now
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