Originally posted by 360Man
Did you know the Athlon 64 revision E supports a 533FSB setting?
Lets hope they activate it as a bios option once ram specs are approved for it.
Right now in the war AMD is winning and Intel is resorting to deactivating SSE through Intel compilers if you dont use a Genuine Intel cpu. That was named in AMD's more recent lawsuit.
Revision E = Venice/San Diego core
and, technically Athlon 64's don't have a FSB, it's HTT.
all of them can reach a DDR533 HTT, but it depends on the CPU, mothreboard and RAM whether it will run stably at that