OC3D Welcomes Yoyotech

Introduction

Introduction 
 
Shop FrontOnline shopping has become second nature to most enthusiasts these days, with an abundance of price comparison sites to aid you through what was once (and to some respect still is) a potential minefield. It's all good and well buying your hardware from some dubious websites with amazing prices but what are you actually getting for your money? Obviously you are getting the product (hopefully) but what about service? Who can you turn to if the product is not working as it should? Are the websites reliable, trustworthy and supportive? In short are you really getting a good deal?
 
Enter Yoyotech - House of technology.
 
Looking to expand their website business, we are delighted to announce Yoyotech have chosen to partner with OC3D and enlist as one of our Recommended Retailers.
 
 
History
 
Formally known as Antech Ltd, Yoyotech have been in the game for over eight years, starting its business on London's famous electronics street - Tottenham Court Road. Anyone who has browsed the stores along here will know that it's the place to be if you are looking to buy anything computer related. However, due to the uniqueness of Yoyotech, they have since moved just off the beaten track to 30 Windmill Road which has filtered the true enthusiasts from the 'oh I'm just browsing' type. The tactical switch while initially seems an odd one will become apparent later in the article.
 
Antech and now Yoyotech were also the first store to import Cooler Master products and HIS which are now taken for granted in the enthusiast market. As such you can expect Yoyotech to be at the forefront of importing and supplying the latest products available in the UK. It's all very well others jumping on the bandwagon but the time, effort and research that goes into importing the latest kit is immense and to quote the owner, CK, himself: " I will not sell anything I would not consider using myself". Testament to the quality of the kit available from Yoyotech.
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Most Recent Comments

08-10-2008, 08:54:53

Jim
Just to add to all thats been said, we have a P5Q Deluxe review here:

http://www.overclock3d.net/reviews.php?/cpu_mainboard/p45_showdown_-_asus_p5q_deluxe_vs_msi_p45_diamond/1

OC3D: Not just a pretty forum ;)

08-10-2008, 09:27:52

Zoot

Just to add to all thats been said, we have a P5Q Deluxe review here:

http://www.overclock3d.net/reviews.php?/cpu_mainboard/p45_showdown_-_asus_p5q_deluxe_vs_msi_p45_diamond/1

OC3D: Not just a pretty forum ;)



:eek:
Jim I will gladly accept punishment for not linking to here first. :rolleyes:

08-10-2008, 09:43:42

Jim

:eek:
Jim I will gladly accept punishment for not linking to here first. :rolleyes:



Damn right. 5 lashing for you sir :mad:

;)

08-10-2008, 10:10:15

Zoot
:ban: :D

08-10-2008, 14:03:53

Jesse-PXP
I'm having some black-screen issues with my 9800gx2, do you think this could be due to my motherboard overclocking my pci-e slot?

08-10-2008, 14:17:00

°TheMadDutchDude°
Yeah most likely, it isn't a good idea to turn up your PCIe frequency TBH.

Can't you lock it to 100MHz?

08-10-2008, 15:58:09

Jesse-PXP
I'm sure I can, i'll look into it though. Computers are so frustrating, I buy all this sweet new hardware and of course I can't get it all working nicely together :P

14-10-2008, 08:59:58

jaydee70
Hi guys, imma a newbee 2 OCing, and i can use some advice.
I have a P5KC with E6850 processor with pc6400 2 GB.
I have it stable now on 3.6, but i want 2 get it up 2 4.0
Is that possible??

Settings :
CPU ratio - 9.0
FSB strap North Bridge - 333
FSB Frequency - 399
PCIE Frequency - 100
DRAM Frequency - DDR2 799
DRAM Command Rate - Auto
DRAM timing Control - Auto
DRAM static read Control - Auto
DRAM dynamic write Control - Auto
Adjust CHA skew support - Auto
Adjust CHB skew support - Auto
Transaction Booster - Diasabled
relax level - 3
CPU voltage - 1.4250
CPU PPL Voltage - 1.50
FSB term Volt - 1.40
Dram Voltage - 2.00
Nort Bridge Volt - 1.55
Clock Over Charching - Auto
Load Line Calibration - Auto
CPU GTL Volt reference - Auto
NB GTL Volt reference - Auto
CPU Spread Spectrum - Auto
PCIE Spread Spectrum - Auto

Hope u guys can help me out,

Greets from JayDee

14-10-2008, 13:09:29

lamboman
4GHz is a push, and is unlikely TBH. You will probably be able to get 3.8GHz though, there are quite a few people who have ran their E6850s at that speed.

14-10-2008, 19:37:15

jaydee70
Tnx 4 ur quick reply.
OK, lets go 4 the 3.8
Wots better now, going 4 faster memory or start working with memory-divider?
Got 2 say, not looking forward 2 the memory-divider, I don't understand that ;-)
What would be better DDR2 PC8500 or DDR3 PC14400???
I have a PC6400 now.

Hope 2 hear from u guys soon again
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