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Intel roadmaps are now showing a single core version of their new architecture, Core2Duo.

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27-05-2006, 22:59:26

k1r4xx
Hey guy i am overclocking my pc i have been able to get my amd 64 3000(939) to a 2.65. The only problem is that it is reading the rams as 200 n not 400. These are DDR 400. any suggestiong to wat i should do?. Thanks =)

27-05-2006, 23:12:46

NoL
DDr400 = 200mhz.

28-05-2006, 02:52:46

PV5150
Yep DDR 400 achieves greater bandwidth by transferring data on both the rising and falling edges of the clock signal (double pumped).
DDR400 uses memory chips that are specified to operate at 200 MHz :)

28-05-2006, 07:22:42

llwyd
yuuurp ddr= double data rate

28-05-2006, 08:50:24

Ham
Thats quite a nice OC you have there btw.

29-05-2006, 04:34:48

systech
nice job man!!!

07-07-2006, 20:04:11

habashy89

nice job man!!!


agreed... that is a nice oc... just makes me wonder if I should of waited to make some more money and get a 939... and something other than this stubborn Clawhammer that I got.

07-07-2006, 20:20:48

FragTek

agreed... that is a nice oc... just makes me wonder if I should of waited to make some more money and get a 939... and something other than this stubborn Clawhammer that I got.


What kind of cooling you got on that Clawhammer? It might be beneficial to hold on to if you plan on doing any sub-zero cooling as most of them are coldbug free :)

07-07-2006, 20:38:45

habashy89

What kind of cooling you got on that Clawhammer? It might be beneficial to hold on to if you plan on doing any sub-zero cooling as most of them are coldbug free :)



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