Originally posted by 003
Why would it be harder? All you would need to do is use a memory divider and a lower multiplier.
Why would you need to use a memory divider? DDR2-666 = What M2 will use = 333MHz.
Originally posted by idiotec
Why would you think that'll make OC'ing more difficult? Do you have a hard time multipling 3's? Like Intel overclocking? :freak:
I like the simple 200-and-up method more than 333-and-up.
Again, not difficult. I never said it would become difficult, calculating from and going up from 333 isn't difficult, its just a pain in the ***. No more 5-second overclocking computations...
Now where's that calculator of mine...