|jmke ||3rd November 2004 22:22 |
Low latency PC3200 memory roundup on Intel
We test a new batch of PC3200 and PC4400 rated memory from known and lesser known manufacteres on our Intel P4 test setup. With the introduction of Samsung´s TCCD revision F memory chips we might get performance only seen in the days of Winbond BH-5! http://www.madshrimps.be/gotoartik.php?articID=233
|Da_BoKa ||3rd November 2004 22:50 |
the link from the article to the forum is not correct yet ;), tough it's again a nice comparison
|jmke ||3rd November 2004 22:53 |
I wished my Intel setup could reach higher FSB speeds; but in order to do that I'd need to shell out $100+ for another motherboard, without the certainty that it will go higher.
the forum link has been fixed; thanks for spotting the error!
|Sidney ||4th November 2004 00:28 |
One of this day, I will be convinced to wide open my wallet for hand picked memory. You are very convincing. But, today is not the day yet.:)
|jmke ||4th November 2004 06:07 |
then again, you waited 2 years before buying a new videocard, and it was a 9600XT :)
|Sidney ||4th November 2004 13:31 |
Plus the FX5900XT:)
|agent #2 ||4th November 2004 18:56 |
Nice review. Glad I bought the right sticks.
|easypanic ||4th November 2004 19:00 |
I'll stick with my Bh-5 for the moment :).
|calimero ||4th November 2004 20:17 |
@Jmke, haven' t you an asus P4c800? I have the same board and it' s just the drooping that s bad... mine stopped at 255 FSB:(
|jmke ||4th November 2004 20:38 |
It\'s the Deluxe and -E versions which reach higher FSB speeds...
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