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|25th December 2003, 23:22||#1|
Join Date: May 2002
The Sorry State of Hardware Reviews
Couldn't have commented on this article any better then this guy:
|26th December 2003, 08:39||#2|
Join Date: Apr 2003
Indeed, if you do some comparisson, no problem if it's inaccurate...
But like everywhere: we never can reproduce the same thing twice...
I see living people....
|27th December 2003, 00:39||#3|
Join Date: Feb 2003
In the bios I changed the RAM clock speed from CL2 (or auto) to CL 2.5. This is a simple way to over clock RAM without changing your FSB speed. The Ultra DDR Memory does not advertise on the package that it supports CL2.5. However, I'm proving that it does right now as I use it to write this review. The second benchmark illustrates Ultra's comparison against the same 4 configurations this time with the 2.5 configuration. As you can see, the bandwidth has greatly increased. The competition stands no chance. This might seem a bit unfair because there isn't a CL2.5 setting for those other setups, but that's what you get with THIS memory.
omg funny ****
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