DFI LANPARTY JR GF9400-T2RS Bios N7EDC01 Publisher's description
DFI LANPARTY JR GF9400-T2RS Bios N7EDC01
After AM2+ based JR 790GX-M2RS motherboard, DFI LANParty launches another built-in GPU motherboard with microATX form factor: "JR GF9400-T2RS", which powered by NVIDIA GeForce 9400 mGPU. GeForce 9400 mGPU is the most powerful built-in display chip in the market at this moment. With 580MHz core frequency and 1400MHz shader frequency, it uplifts built-in 3D performance to a completely new level.
LANParty JR GF9400-T2RS is a motherboard which integrates spatiality and extensibility; it provides users with the maximum installation elasticity in 3D performance. To most users, the GPU of the built-in GeForce 9400 can totally satisfy demands of routine computer operation and, more importantly, perfectly support over 90% of hot games in the market. To heavy game players, the JR GF9400-T2RS with microATX design is also absolutely satisfactory in extendibility. Two PCI Express slots (16X + 2X) make external graphics card installation possible so as to employ "Hybrid SLI" technology for the optimal 3D performance.
To endow such a powerful platform with excellent stability, LANParty generously applies the heat dissipation system exclusive to DK series to JR GF9400-T2RS; the fast-detachable design enables users to easily replace it with their own favorite heat sinks.
In video and audio entertainment, JR GF9400-T2RS supports decoding of 7.1 sound-track HD audio and 1080 HD movies and therefore is suitable to be used as a family Blue ray multimedia center. With hi-end digital interfaces for coaxial/ optical fiber audio output, DVI, HDMI, etc., JR GF9400-T2RS can well adapt to hi-end audio and video equipment on the market with the best output effect.
If you are looking for a small but powerful multimedia platform or if you have irresistible passion for 3D games, do try JR GF9400-T2RS brought by LANParty!
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