nVIDIA seems to be taking the world of chipsets by storm, with only Intel’s newer chipsets for Core 2 competing.  There is another player trying to make it’s name though, and is mostly due to scarcity that it hasn’t.  The RD600 chipset supports Crossfire, and as X-bit Labs discovers, it likes overclocking just fine.  Head on over for the full review of the DFI LANParty UT ICFX3200-T2R/G.

“The mainboard we are going to talk about today is the most unusual platform for the Intel Core 2 processors. It is not only based on the rare AMD Crossfire Xpress 3200 chipset, but also offers the enthusiasts an unprecedented set of overclocking-friendly options.”

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