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post #711 of 28754 Old 03-02-2008, 12:41 PM
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I did not know about Opterons when I bought my X2. If I did, I may have opted to buy one instead. But as you can see, I only found this forum a little over a month ago.

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Technically speaking, 3.00 GHz is 3072 MHz, and 3.00 GiHz is 3000 MHz. Granted, most CPU manufacturers, like many hard drive manufacturers, use "GHz" when they mean "GiHz."
No, 1Ghz = 10^9. 3Ghz is 3000Mhz. The only time Giga=1024 is when speaking about memory, never in relation to frequency.
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Never in regards to frequency, got it. I know it is used in memory and storage, but apparently not frequency.

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I hate to interrupt the friendly math banter... especially as it seems on the verge of descending into a linear regression/mathematical topography contest...

but I have an

UPDATE: The DDR320 Wall has been breached...

finally I have been able to boot into Vista running 4gb (excuse me 4096mb... want to be mathematically correct) @ DDR400

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will test for stability and loosen up timings, try to match old clock and tighten from their...

I have a ton of 2.9ghz bench pics to upload as well...

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gratz man!

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gratz man!
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btw,I am running my ram at DDR548 changing to T2 form T1 really helped.

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GuardianOdin: You are also running 2x1024. Poser and I run 4x1024. This brings about a whole bag of stability issues.

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GuardianOdin: You are also running 2x1024. Poser and I run 4x1024. This brings about a whole bag of stability issues.
for sure,but in my case I had been running DDR333 in BIOS and it had been reading it incorrectly. It wasn't until a few days ago I noticed that it started reading the RAM correctly.

That would explain some of the instability issues I was having with anything above 3Ghz.

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