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Yeah, sucks Intel doesn't use HT.
It would suck "IF" Intel would use HT, why? Because otherwise you wouldn't be able to use 4x modules of the same or different ram and be able to OC.

That's why you fellas with nForce are stuck with only able to use 2x modules of the same ram and overclock a little but when it comes to using 4x memory modules? Can't come nowhere near what an Intel chipset can do.
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Originally Posted by Nasgul View Post
It would suck "IF" Intel would use HT, why? Because otherwise you wouldn't be able to use 4x modules of the same or different ram and be able to OC.

That's why you fellas with nForce are stuck with only able to use 2x modules of the same ram and overclock a little but when it comes to using 4x memory modules? Can't come nowhere near what an Intel chipset can do.
You said HT doesn't support that much ram but hes on intel? It was a joke and besides how much does 4 GB help ya?

Most intel folk have 680i nforce 6 setup's anyway..
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