Two-letter index of DFI LANPARTY mainboards defines the mainboard class, its size and implemented cooling. Full-size flagship solution from DFI LANPARTY UT series use very complex coolers with additional external units:
The cooling systems on DFI LANPARTY LT solutions are just as unique, though they don’t go beyond the PCB:
DFI LANPARTY DK mainboards belong to the mainstream segment and use heatpipe coolers. For example, DFI LANPARTY DK X58-T3eH6, which we have already reviewed in the past.
DFI LANPARTY BI mainboards belong to the value segment, though they also boast some overclocking functionality.
Not so long ago they introduced a new DFI LANPARTY JR series. These are MicroATX mainboards, such as DFI LANPARTY JR X58-T3H6, for instance.
The most interesting new solution is DFI LANPARTY MI P55-T36 mainboard designed in highly promising mini-ITX format.
Our today’s review will talk about the features and functionality of DFI LANPARTY DK P55-T3eH9, which belongs to the familiar DFI LANPARTY DK series. However, it doesn’t mean that there won’t be anything new about it. We are going to see some unique technologies implemented on this board as well as new features deep inside the mainboard BIOS. So, let’s not waste any time and get straight to the point.