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Overclocking the DFI nForce4-DAGF

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MadShrimps is running a short review on the overclocking capabilities of the DFI nForce4-DAGF Motherboard. It shows some nice pics and screenshots then reports on the capabilities and stability of same. It concludes saying, "If DFI can make the user manual a bit more extensive I'm convinced that the nF4-DAGF can be the value board, certainly at this price, which packs quite an OC punch. DFI is coming after MSI here! So for those users out there who don't have a high budget, this board is great news."

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