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DeRose306 said:If Amd stars officially supporting a 333fsb, then we should start seeing metter PCI dividers, higher FSB options, and better overclocking optins from motherboard companies.
So while yes, there's no reason to get too excited about the chip itself. we can get excited about what it brings about.
ATC9001 said:It's a good change for AMD outside the OCing community. Other than that it's no big deal if you ask me. I don't think anything extraordinary will be coming up until we see a barton or hammer. DR400 isn't common enough for AMD to goto 200 FSB (which would take another month for them to paper launch then another 5 years to release). But I'm still glad to see AMD keep putting up new chips...even if there not out yet.