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Super XP

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Dec 28, 2003
First off, you need a motherboard that supports Dual Channel DDR. And yes Dual Channel DDR is faster. You get between 5% -25% performance increase. The better the Ram, the better the performance increase. Also, make sure it's Dual Channel DDR Memory, like OCZ and Corsair packaged together. These memory DIMMs are specialy selected for Optimal Dual Channel DDR. In other words, the memory companies try and match each DIMM identicaly.

http://www.corsairmicro.com/corsair/products/specs/twinx1024-3200ll.pdf
http://www.ocztechnology.com/products/memory/OCZ+EL+DDR+PC-3200+Dual+Channel+Platinum
http://www.geocities.com/superxpfx/AMD-Athlon-64-FX-Site.html




Later.
 

Cutter

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May 14, 2003
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Indiana Cornfield
Sorry for the partial thread jack.

SuperXP your Sig is too large you need to reduce it's size, you should fix it before a mod does, but if you don't know how, ask a mod to fix it for you and they will gladly help you out