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DDR470 on an AMD system.

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Jeff F.

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Just a little self-wooting. :beer: ;)

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That was the first night of playing with an Epox 8K9A2+ and my best stick of RAM(Corsair XMS PC3000C2).
 

ib69nu

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sounds like a really great board. my kx7 doesnt even hit the specs on the kt333 pc 3200U benchmark in sandra.

good job tho, and keep on keeping on
 

Tipycol

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Jeff F. said:
It's just the 8K9A2+ showing off it's memory handling abilities. ;) Awesome board.

So that board has a memory divider that can be reversed to 3:4, or are you actually running at 235fsb? Also what are your timings now?
 
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Jeff F.

Jeff F.

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Tipycol said:


So that board has a memory divider that can be reversed to 3:4, or are you actually running at 235fsb? Also what are your timings now?

Nope, no 3:4 setting or 1/6 or 1/7 divider. This is running at 235MHz at the most aggressive settings(and 3.2v).

Like I said, this board manages memory better than any other board I've tried.
 

Tipycol

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Jeff F. said:


Nope, no 3:4 setting or 1/6 or 1/7 divider. This is running at 235MHz at the most aggressive settings(and 3.2v).

Like I said, this board manages memory better than any other board I've tried.

Wow, you're right, that board is amazing :cool:
 

Caffinehog

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w00t! Gotta love epox. When DDR beats pc1066, and the cpu can actually use that much bandwidth, that's awesome.