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Old 16th September 2008, 11:39   #1
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Default AMD Phenom X4 Memory Controller in the Ganged/Unganged Mode

In this article we'll continue studying peculiarities of AMD Phenom based configurations, in particular, the influence of certain options on performance. Today we shall focus on the BIOS option of Socket AM2+ motherboards that controls the Ganged/Unganged mode of AMD Phenom built-in memory controller.
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