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So what kind of hardware is there for a person building a system on a budget?
In this review we will be looking at the DFI BloodIron G41-T33 motherboard, for those of you that didn't know the BloodIron is actually part of the LanParty series and positioned at the low end of the spectrum. The idea behind this series is to provide the same high quality hardware found on the high end LanParty boards at a fraction of the cost and features.
The only downside to "mainstream" motherboards is the amount of competition there is, every motherboard maker has products positioned in this space but often use their high-end products to help sell the entire product line.