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Old 23rd November 2007, 10:46   #1
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Default Intel's X48 chipset continues to support DDR2

Although there has been some reports of Intel's X48 chipset shunning support for DDR2 memory, this isn't the case at all, in fact, Intel has improved the memory controller on this chipset to enhance DDR2 support.

The updated memory controller should provider better performance when DDR2 memory is used with the X48 chipset. We doubt Intel has decided to enhance its memory controller for no good reason, as DDR3 memory is still way too expensive, even for those who are spending this kind of money on an expensive motherboard.


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