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Old 20th November 2006, 15:34   #1
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Default DFI: Infinity 975 Ultimate BIOS released

Intel has just officially launched its first Quad cores processor “Core 2 Extreme QX6700”. Now the development of processors is now rushing into the “multi-core competition” era. No matter how many cores a processor has an excellent BIOS design of motherboard is still a necessity to attain top-notched CPU’s performance. Therefore we have released the newly configured BIOS for INFINITY 975X, which fulfills the demand of extreme performance users.

The latest BIOS for the Infinity 975X was designed for the super gaming/OC platform and proves DFI’s long term commitment and constant attention for detail and customer satisfaction. As always DFI is constantly listening to enthusiast’s requests and wishes. This peaks DFI’s awareness of enthusiasts’ aspirations for the ultimate in motherboard performance has lead to the release of the latest BIOS at the same time as Intel’s Kentsfield CPU launch date. DFI provides unsurpassed post-sales service by providing continued consulting to hardware tweaking and overclocking which helps differentiate them from the other manufacturers. This means that the performance of motherboard can continually be stepped up with a simple and yet effective BIOS upgrade. Any lucky gamer/OCer who already owns an Infinity 975X just has to flash the BIOS to the newest version and the board will support the latest quad core CPUs and also allow them access to the latest extreme overclocking features. This is what we call the “seamless upgrade”. It is first-in-industry and totally changes the old, stereotyped concept of BIOS upgrade. As always DFI’s main priority when releasing a new BIOS is improving the overclocking performance of the board while providing an even more reliability and support.
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