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Old 29th January 2007, 15:09   #1
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Default Patriot perfects 1350MHz memory - in the lab

The chaps said that they are running memory at more than the milestone 1333MHz. They can push it to 1350MHz but it will take a few more weeks before you see this available in the shops.

http://www.theinquirer.net/default.aspx?article=37273
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and still Core 2 is happy with PC2-5300 memory modules...
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depends if you overclock
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even if you overclock you can run memory async with your FSB and still be well within specs
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Old 29th January 2007, 17:30   #6
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anyone remember their DDR1 5600 modules ?

i'm afraid this is the same thing
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even if you overclock you can run memory async with your FSB and still be well within specs
Can you really do that with C2D? I thought you can't.
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Can you really do that with C2D? I thought you can't.
You can't do any "negative" dividers. Ram always runs equal or faster than the front side bus. But with this fast ram you can always pick a divider which should fit the bill (675 FSB is not going to happen any time soon )
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you can do negative dividers, but performance won't be as good as expected.
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you can do negative dividers, but performance won't be as good as expected.
Not on P5B, you can't. But I think you can on 975 boards and 680i.
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