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Old 08-27-2007, 12:41 AM   #21 (permalink)
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lol and he tries to like, raise that one up out of the puke....oh man i am laughing so hard i am crying.
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Lol, his right leg is making a wavy motion!
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lol look at the 40 next to him.
although, it kind of looks like chocolate milk was for lunch. urp!
all over his new kicks, too. lol.
wow, these threads really do go off topic too much ^_^.
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Especially when I'm around. Just kidding, let's stop.
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As if memory timings and frequency really makes that big of a difference in the first place, enough to "bottleneck" a quad. As long as you're not running ddr 533 5-5-5-18 I guess.. I mean running a decent pair of 800mhz 4-4-4-12 giving a bottleneck..? I sort of doubt it.
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wow, these threads really do go off topic too much ^_^.
Yea...they have recently. Why can't you guys take it to the off topic section, when you're thinking about changing the subject, of the OP's?
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As if memory timings and frequency really makes that big of a difference in the first place, enough to "bottleneck" a quad. As long as you're not running ddr 533 5-5-5-18 I guess.. I mean running a decent pair of 800mhz 4-4-4-12 giving a bottleneck..? I sort of doubt it.
like i said before, it's probably just the site trying to "persuade" readers to go DDR3 because quad-cores r coming out too.

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Yea...they have recently. Why can't you guys take it to the off topic section, when you're thinking about changing the subject, of the OP's?
nagasama STARTED IT!!! *pointing*
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