One of the most interesting things about DFI’s ICFX3200-T2R/G, based on the RD600 chipset is that it has 3 PCIe x16 slots.  The first 2 run at x8 speeds when used in Crossfire mode, as you might expect, and the third slot operates at x2 speed making it handy for a Physics processor.  [H]ard|OCP was also intrigued by the system’s BIOS which allows far more control than most and you can save four different BIOS configurations which can be bound to hot keys.  Head on over to find out the rest, and if it can challenge Intel’s chipset for Crossfire compatible performance.

You can also check out Wes’ review of the Abit AW9D-MAX at the top of the front page.

“DFI brings the highly anticipated ATI RD600 chipset to the enthusiast. Indeed there is already quite a buzz in the forums concerning this board, but is it really the ultimate Crossfire motherboard or is the aging Intel i975x still king?”

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