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That's why you get really expensive, Highly overclockable RAM, or run a divider
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post #32 of 37
And a divider is...?

This is moving away from a phase change thread and into a general purpose all information thread. =P
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post #33 of 37
It's a ratio between the the CPU FSB and ram frequency, Actually it displayed as CPU actual frequency divided by a certain number, when the divider is higher then the CPU multiplier, the outcome is a lower RAM frequency then the CPU FSB.
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Originally Posted by 711
And a divider is...?

This is moving away from a phase change thread and into a general purpose all information thread. =P
Yes I can't help but feel more informed now that I've read through this thread

...so What's phase change? jk
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post #35 of 37
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Other way around. As other have said, the transistors inside the processor become more efficient at lower temperatures, mostly because as something gets cooler, it contracts, and therefor the distance between each gate in the transistor gets narrower and requires less electrons to trip. That's my understanding of it at least.
well its more likely the lower the tempurature the less resistance there is in the semiconductor contained within the silicon, less resistance means lower current consumption and power loss, which inturn creates a lower propagation delay in each transistor(the time it takes turning from logic 0 to logic 1), also it helps reduce the voltdrop across each transistor, meaning the voltage in the entire array of transistors is theoritically higher. ohms law baby.
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How come phase change can only OC Intel's to around 4-4.2 Ghz? Kind of off topic but doesn't the new Dell Renegade or whatever OCed to 4.26 Ghz without phase change?
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How come phase change can only OC Intel's to around 4-4.2 Ghz? Kind of off topic but doesn't the new Dell Renegade or whatever OCed to 4.26 Ghz without phase change?

All chips OC diffrently. Some can get 5.5ghz on phase, some only 4.5ghz. All depends on the chip you get.
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