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Old 09-09-2005, 08:27 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Question ddr 400 pc3200 still good enough?

Ok is it cause i remember someone saying very soon theres going to be a change in ram technology in amd mobo's and itll be in competition with ddr2 or something like that. Ill have a large budget on ram so should i get better or will there be new stuff by christmas?

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amd has to do something about intels DDR2. maybe amd is going with DDR3 RAM. oh pretty. i dunnno ask someone else, but i hope amd does something about their slow pc3200 now

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AMD has already said their using DDRII

Should be at 666mhz if they use a 1:1 divider...
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