Originally Posted by jethro_static
As long as the consensus don't come up with the test that skeptics wants to see. There will always be a debate.
Objective skeptics need to base their claims on proofs... if they have no proof, then they are just making things up or using their "feelings".
The consensus doesn't have to do anything to appeal to baseless skeptics. (i.e. See the thing called "Science")
Originally Posted by dixson01974
Then you are truely clueless about DDR it self.
Can you draw a DDR SDRAM circuit?
Bluntly, you're just a computer technician... you work on
Do you have any background on computer design?
Do you have any background in writing applications?
If we were working with quadruple precision floating points, then dual-channel would really show a benefit. However, only very very very specialized applications utlize them..Edited by DuckieHo - 4/7/11 at 10:02am