Software and Accessories
Hardcore overclockers will always prefer BIOS settings or even jumpers, rather than use overclocking software. With limited enthusiasm for such programs in the X48-T2R’s target market, DFI simply included the third-party freeware clock generator tweaking utility ClockGen.
DFI also includes a system monitoring utility for the ITE IT8718F sensor.
|Documentation & Software||Motherboard Manual|
|Row 1 - Cell 0||Warranty Card|
|Row 2 - Cell 0||Motherboard Driver CD|
|Row 3 - Cell 0||RAID driver floppy (Intel + Jmicron)|
|Row 4 - Cell 0||Heatsink Instructions|
|Hardware||1x 80-conductor Ultra ATA cable, Round|
|Row 6 - Cell 0||1x Floppy Cable, Round|
|Row 7 - Cell 0||4x SATA Data Cable|
|Row 8 - Cell 0||2x 2-device 4-pin to SATA power adapter|
|Row 9 - Cell 0||1x Bernstein Audio Module|
|Row 10 - Cell 0||1x Audio Module Cable|
|Row 11 - Cell 0||1x Jumper Pack|
|Row 12 - Cell 0||1x RAID Driver Floppy|
|Row 13 - Cell 0||1x Heatsink Compound Pack|
|Row 14 - Cell 0||1x I/O Panel Shield|
DFI packs its Northbridge sink and audio module separately from the motherboard, but the rest of the installation kit looks rather basic. Users who prefer hardware overclocking will appreciate how DFI adds an extra package of jumpers with easy-grab tabs.