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Thread: DDR PC4000 dual memory?




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    what motherbord supports pc4000 dual memory?

    Ivè searched but i can only find motherbords with this ddr400 dual support.

    Maby ive misundestood somthing but ddr pc4000 is 500mhz

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    The most any motherboard supports is PC3200, but if you get PC 3500,3700,4000, or 4200..then you can overclock higher..
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    you have to overclock over 200Mhz FSB. like 233 = PC 3700(466Mhz)

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    Some of the Intel boards are able to reach that FSB setting and far beyond; particularly some of the new Asus boards. This is the reason for the new PC4000 standard.

    And yes, PC4000 equates to a 250MHz FSB.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Darthtanion
    Some of the Intel boards are able to reach that FSB setting and far beyond; particularly some of the new Asus boards. This is the reason for the new PC4000 standard.

    And yes, PC4000 equates to a 250MHz FSB.
    I'll be givin' one of them P4P800 Deluxes a run very soon. ;)

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    so i can use pc3500 dual memory with a motherbord only supporting dual ddr400?

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    In the majority of cases yes (budget mobo's definately bein' an exception).

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    Quote Originally Posted by Wiggo
    I'll be givin' one of them P4P800 Deluxes a run very soon. ;)
    I just built one for my buddy Wiggo....VERY nice board. Too bad he'll never OC it and see what it can really do :(
    I chose it because it has great connectivity options, and RAID options for video editing and storage. I'm gonna have to get him to let me do some benches
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    Benches with P4P800 below :D. Does 6000mb/s Sandra Bandwidth at 276 5:4 2,2,2,5.

    Good board but I still don't like the ugly brown color they use.

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