Re: ddr2 1066, fsb:ram ratios, what do i need?
What chip. And i doubt you will get anything past around 1800 FSB on a p35 board. FYI, the ddr ram is only running 533x2, not 1066x2.
After rereading your post, i think you might have a slight misunderstanding of the way the frontside bus works. A cpu is quad pumped, so if its say a q6600 it runs at 233mhz x 4 = 1066.
Memory runs at double data rate, so if it is spec'd for 1066 it runs at 533 x 2. The amount of performance vs the extra cost of 1066 memory is almost unjustified unless you plan to run one of the cpu's that has a low multi and plan to overclock.
Example, i run a q6600 at 400FSB quad pumped to 1600FSB with my memory set at synchronous 1:1 with the FSB so that the memory is also running 400FSB x2 = 800FSB.
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