Originally posted by Nubius
Dude thats like asking how can I make $1 bill worth $5
It just can't be done.
There is no way to get overclocking type gains without overclocking. Simple as that.
Does anyone think "out of the box" here, not to knock anyone but, is this truly it. I was thinking see below.
Dual processor upgrades, ??? Something that could be sort of like an adaptor for a standard single processer motherboard. The adaptor could fit into a standard slot, and then provide the structure and ability to run two processers at once. I know they make dual processers motherboards but is this available for single socket motherboards. As the saying goes two brains are better than one!!.
Saying the above statement, would it be possiable to have the best of both worlds, maybe an dual socket adaptor to a single socket, that could have a a slot for and AMD and then another for and Intel, ie, Socket A for AMD and then a Socket 478 for Intel to run on the same motherboard.
Maybe I am just dreaming, but I am looking performance upgrades to an already top of the line machine that we all dream about.
I have been reading about the already SLI configuration that utilizes a dual Graphic card setup on some PCI E capable motherboards . This is something similar too what I have been talking about.
I have seen in the earlier years of SDRAM the memory expansion cards that allow you too expand the memory capability of your motherboard. It was a circuit board that would fit into the standard slot and then have two slots available so you can plug in two memory modules to allow you too double the amount of RAM available for that slot. Has anyone seen this for DDR or even DDR2