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Ah, thats right good catch. I forgot it was an Nforce
Right, Nvidia makes Nforce.
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werent the old 939 socket procs RAM was linked directly to the FSB, the base number that determines CPU clock/RAM speed, instead of the CPU speed? I never mucked with the CPU mult very much, but I thought if you changed the CPU mult it wouldnt change the RAM bandwidth like it does on the AM2s... It was awhile back so correct me if im wrong.
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