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Old 06-15-2007, 11:06 PM   #21 (permalink)
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It's true that speed is more important if you can get a better overclock but understand for an AMD machine they run on Hypertransport. Certain timings such as 1T over 2T on an AMD system do make a large performance difference.
not large..IMMENSE. with 1T @ 470mhz i knock three seconds off super pi. thats right, i have conquered my white whale...broke 30 seconds, 28.6something i believe.
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all of the gskill series are great o/c ers from my understanding they also come alot cheaper then most other brands aswell.
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