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http://www.tomshardware.com/technews/index.html#084621




08:46 EST [Asher Moses]
Intel says there's no such thing as PAT

Rumours regarding Intel's Performance Accelerator Technology have surfaced all over enthusiast websites this week, with much speculation regarding possible performance increases when running PAT enabled chipsets. In a recent interview, Intel representative George Alfs stated that PAT is nothing more than marchitecture, and simply doesn't exist on i875 Canterwood chipsets. "it's not a technology at all - it just means Intel is using better silicon for the memory controller hub chips". This is a prime example of why the posting of rumours usually does nothing more than confuse readers, and is thus also the reason why you will rarely, if ever see any non-factual information posted at THG.

Read the entire story here.

The link for the Here : http://www.theinquirer.net/?article=9738
 

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Another Intel rep said that it does exist :rolleyes: He said the memory timings are faster on the 875.
 

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This is a prime example of why the posting of rumours usually does nothing more than confuse readers, and is thus also the reason why you will rarely, if ever see any non-factual information posted at THG.

:rolleyes:
 
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read the link,, the new silicon hub ram has improved,, but Intel themself has never mentioned PAT,, it was just a rumor starting,, but yes the 875 has an improved silicon hub to make the ram faster,, but pat itself isn't a real technology....