DFI Release the UT X58-T3eH8 Motherboard

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DFI officially releases its UT X58-T3eH8 motherboard
 
DFI are well known for producing high quality motherboards that allow the end-user to squeeze the maximum performance out of their system. As Intel's Core i7 processors are now officially available via retail channels, DFI has just announced the release of its first Intel X58 Express based motherboard called the UT X58-T3eH8. Admittedly the layout doesn't appear to have changed a hell of a lot, but why change. The UT X58-T3eH8 doesn’t support Quad-SLI, but it does fully support three-way SLI with an x16, x8, x8 expansion slot configuration. ATI CrossfireX is also supported.
 
- Intel® X58 with ICH10R; QPI 6.4 GT/s
- LGA 1366 for Intel Core i7
- Volterra Server PWM solution + MLCC (85%~90% power efficiency)
- 6 DDR3 DIMM (max to 24GB) with Tri-channel memory support
- Supports DDR3-800/1066/1333MHz
- 3 PCIe slots for NVIDIA 3-Way SLI (x16, x8, x8) & ATI CrossfireX (x16, x 16, x4)
- Flame Freezer cooling system with one external module (cooper base + sintered heat-pipe + removable NB heatsink)
- Bernstein 7.1 channels audio sub-system (ALC 889)
- Dual Gigabit LAN (Marvell 8052+8053, 15% faster than Realtek IC, 110% faster when Teaming mode enabled
- Genie BIOS Extreme Edition with various BIOS setting for extreme performance
- EZ Clear – Press both Power & Reset buttons to clear CMOS
- SATAII x 8 (6 from ICH10R, 2 from JMicron), USB 2.0×12, 1394×2, IDE×1
 
 
DFI UT X58
 
DFI UT X58_2
 
Who's up for one when they become readily available?
 
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12-11-2008, 06:01:38

Rastalovich
Looking for an easy setup FTP util I can install on a standard Vista 64bit pc, allow access to something like a folder and it`s contents, run for a day or so, then uninstall just as easily.

Many thanks.

EDIT: Filezilla looks free and easy.

12-11-2008, 06:14:07

llwyd
Used BulletProof FTP and SmartFTP without any complaints, both simple and easy to use

12-11-2008, 06:34:03

Bungral
Installed filezilla myself for someone at work the other day... Was simple and free.

But yeah there are probably a few just as easy and just as free.

12-11-2008, 07:11:58

Rastalovich
Install em, port forward from the router, and I`m laughing - yeah ?

12-11-2008, 08:08:36

Jim
Serv-U is very nice, but Filezilla will probably do what you need it to, and with it being free u cant rly go wrong.

12-11-2008, 08:20:22

Rastalovich
Oh, one thing I meant to ask, in any of these cases, they don`t "need" the client versions on the other end in order to handshake do they ?

I`m hoping to just supply some1 with a ftp:// through IE.

12-11-2008, 08:25:32

Jim

Oh, one thing I meant to ask, in any of these cases, they don`t "need" the client versions on the other end in order to handshake do they ?

I`m hoping to just supply some1 with a ftp:// through IE.



Nope FTP is the protocol standard so any FTP client can understand any FTP server. The only thing you sometimes find is that IE/Firefox don't implement the full FTP featureset, so if you're adding virtual folders and other bits to your FTP server, you are best using a full FTP client.

12-11-2008, 09:15:13

Rastalovich
Nah, just plan on giving them an address ftp://123.123.123.123:21 ?? and have them take some things, once done it`ll all be uninstalled.

Will it present a listing or will I have to provide a specific address for each ? (in the main)

12-11-2008, 09:16:41

Jim

Nah, just plan on giving them an address ftp://123.123.123.123:21 ?? and have them take some things, once done it`ll all be uninstalled.

Will it present a listing or will I have to provide a specific address for each ? (in the main)



Totally depends on how you configure the FTP sever, but providing you tell it to just 'host X folder as the root' and every other folder is underneath that one, then yeah it will display the same in IE

12-11-2008, 12:02:03

Rastalovich
Kewl, thanks for the info guyz.
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