DFI LanParty JR X58-T3H6 MicroATX LGA1366 Mainboard Review
DFI LanParty mainboards have long been very popular among computer enthusiasts. The distinguishing feature of this mainboard family is extensive BIOS functionality that allows reaching excellent results during CPU overclocking if used wisely. Besides, we immediately picture fluorescent colors of the cables and connectors that look very impressive in UV light. You can easily recognize DFI LanParty UT and LT mainboard series by the looks of their chipset cooling solutions. Sometime around early 2008 the DK series also joined the LanParty team. DK mainboards features a little simpler but nevertheless highly efficient chipset cooling systems with heatpipes. However, it turned out to be not the only innovation. Closer to the end of last year DFI LanParty welcomed another model lineup called LanParty JR. JR stands for “junior” and describes this new series very well. All DFI LanParty JR mainboards are designed in microATX form-factor, unlike their full-size counterparts. However, since they still bear the LanParty name, we assume that the new mainboard differ only by their physical dimension, but haven’t lost any of the extensive BIOS functionality. Our today’s review of the new DFI LanParty JR X58-T3H6 will prove us right or wrong shortly.
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