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post #11 of 15
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thx dixson thats what i thought and thats what I keep my HT around.
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thx dixon thats what I thought. I keep my HT around 2000

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post #13 of 15
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What??? NB of 3000 is way better in perfornance then 2000. You are thinking about HT.
Oops! My bad, yes, I meant HT.
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post #14 of 15
Plenty of Thuban users are able to hit 1700-1800mhz for their RAM speeds. As others have said, 1333mhz is for native clocks only, as it's the same for the 1156/1366 sockets for Intel IIRC.

I recommend NB-CPU to be at least 2600mhz(higher if you don't mind the added voltage and heat) and leave your HT as close to 2000mhz as possible.
    
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What??? NB of 3000 is way better in perfornance then 2000. You are thinking about HT.
Off-topic, regarding your sig: what is "IMAO"? Do you mean "LMAO"?
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