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The fan is reasonably quiet, but we still don't like chipset cooling being tied to tiny fans that tend to be louder and more failure-prone than good chassis cooling. Unfortunately, DFI doesn't appear to have any alternative; there's nowhere for a heatpipe to go, and the board's north and south bridge chips are close enough that their coolers are almost touching as it is. Despite having two low-profile chipset coolers crowding the bottom DFI LANPARTY UT NF590 SLI-M2RG the board, the LANParty easily accommodates longer graphics cards. However, the edge-mounted SATA ports can be problematic in extremely tight cases that don't leave much room between the motherboard tray and internal drive enclosures.
DFI's generosity on the expansion slot front does make the DIMM slot tabs a little difficult to operate with a graphics card installed, but we'll live with that to get the extra expansion slots. An additional four USB and one Firewire port are available via onboard headers, and you can get at the rest of the board's audio DFI LANPARTY UT NF590 SLI-M2RG through a small riser board that fills the gap in the port cluster. For others, it's digital voltage circuitry around the processor.
Some have even challenged the chipset itself, replacing integrated audio with something a little more exotic. But do these attempts at differentiation actually make for better boards, or are you better off with simpler designs that do little more than bring a chipset's payload to bear?
It it worked then, why mess around with a good formula when the architecture for socket AM2 is so similar? From the power connector to floppy, IDE and Serial ATA ports, everything is easy to connect and the cables do not interfere with the other system devices. This makes cable management DFI LANPARTY UT NF590 SLI-M2RG little easier, and directs the mass of wires away from increasingly longer videocards.
It's advisable to set up a small fan to blow air in this general direction. The board has every major port and connector covered; six USB 2.
It is fairly legacy free however, there are no serial ports, or parallel ports for things like older scanners and printers. The onboard Port 80 card is a standard DFI feature, but hard reset and power buttons are nice touch.
DFI is back with another LANParty that has a lot to live up to. The NF SLI-M2R/G is based on NVIDIA's nForce SLI chipset for socket.
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DFI's LANParty UT NF SLI-M2R/G Socket AM2 motherboard is under the microscope today against boards from ASUS and MSI.