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http://www.hothardware.com/articles/...s_and_Corsair/

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I was really looking foward to getting a X38 chipset mobo, but since it mentions no support for ddr2 I'm kinda pissed.

This OC on the DDR3 memory looks promising...
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Until they go onto say,
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We've actually recorded similar memory bandwidth scores in SANDRA with DDR2 memory at 1100MHz+ and an FSB this high but regardless, it's promising to see a 1700MHz data-rate.
I had planned on recycling my current memory and upgrading my mobo when the X38 chipset mobos hit, dam*it I wanted PCI E 2.0
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Amazing stuff right there!
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Only 8000 on the memory bandwith score? Must be pretty low end memory
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Only 8000 on the memory bandwith score? Must be pretty low end memory
Nah I'm pretty sure a CAS 10 will slaughter BW everytime. Although if Micron wasn't bluffing about this news...

http://biz.yahoo.com/bw/070503/20070503005800.html?.v=1

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The DDR2-1066 components are produced on Micron's industry-leading 78-nanometer 6F2 process and operate at the JEDEC standard 1.8-volts.
We might see new micron based memory sporting 4-4-4-12 timings @ 1200 mhz or perhaps 5-5-5-15 @ 1333... I'd take that over current DDR3 any day.
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yeah if you look over at xs they have been testing the p35 with ddr2 and the fsb they have gotten are amazing, one was doing 600+ fsb, another brand was doing 585+fsb, and all the ram dividers seemed to work without a hitch allowing people to run there ram at 600mhz regardless of divider

pretty darn impressive so far i think
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