Originally Posted by EviloneX
Man seriously chill down. We are here to debate not turning this into a flame war or anything like such. HACO, my thoughts on this matter are: check on Tom's Hardware, or Anandtech; they have plenty of info regarding your original question and feel free to PM anytime I'll be glad to help.
It's not a matter of a flame war, I am just simply trying to tell you that your idea on how DDR3 works with Socket 1366 is wrong. You've tried bashing my knowledge, my overclocking skills, and my motherboard without any reason. Yes, I'll get defensive, but honestly you do not know what you are talking about and as long as you continue to post incorrect data I will continue to post corrections so that anyone else that ends up reading this thread will not read wrong information.
You do not own a Socket 1366 motherboard/chip (according to your sig) and are telling people with Socket 1366 motherboards what they can and cannot do. There is something wrong with that picture.
By the way, since you believe in Tom's Hardware then read Memory Scaling on the Core i7Edited by ChickenInferno - 12/19/09 at 8:52am