OC3D Welcomes Yoyotech

Conclusion

Conclusion
 
With the rain beginning to fall and my train back up home rapidly approaching Euston Station, it was time for me to say farewell to the team at Yoyotech. On the train journey home I had time to ponder on what CK had to say and I actually felt guilty for not previously being a regular shopper at Yoyotech, such is the impression he and the gang made.

In today’s market it is all to easy to forget the 'little man' who puts in the effort in to provide a service and support only stores such as Yoyotech can provide. Doing a price check on an item you want will only give you that, a price. If there is one thing CK has taught me in the short time I was at Yoyotech, it is this: Do not put too much emphasis on price alone. Customer support should hold just as much weight and here is where Yoyotech excel. In CK's own words "Anyone can build a webstore and anyone can sell products cheaply but good service takes time, skill and inevitably money. Therefore, it is not always possible to provide the cheapest products and the best service every time but if I have the choice, service will always take preference over price". It is quite clear that CK values his customers and will not substitute bad service just to knock a few pound from his prices. For that he should be admired.
 
That isn't to say that Yoyotech's prices aren’t competitive as they quite clearly are and are actually often cheaper than their competitors but CK would much prefer a solid, loyal customer base rather than lots of one-time customers, buying the cheapest, compared product available. I felt that Yoyotech and indeed CK wanted, no NEEDED, to converse with its customers rather than simply sit back and reap the rewards of a clearly successful business. Enthusiasts helping other enthusiasts are what Yoyotech are all about. Loyalty and support are the order of the day, and the actual money side of the business seems to be a minor point in the greater scheme of things.
 
May I take this opportunity to thank Yoyotech for their hospitality and welcome them to OC3D. May it be a long and fruitful relationship. 
 
Feel free to discuss in our forums.
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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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