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Thread: Will AMD go 333Mhz FSB????




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    Still practicing =)

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    Quote Originally Posted by JediAgent


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    Were you ever an Army Recruiter in a past life?:laugh:
    Not that I remember... :)
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    Id swear that one of you two enlisted me. I'm due to leave in a week and I think that one of you two are to blame. You told me that the military was like summer camp, Right!
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    Did they have that "pretending to care about your future career plans" enthusiasm? OR did they tell you in 4yrs with the army you could do more than most civilians have ever done in their entire lives?

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    I suppose that w/ a mobo that supports PC 2700 you are ok...(all i would need is the new AMD?...no?:bounce:
    - Damien

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    Memory bandwidth is great on any system, regardless of the FSB of the chip. Its just that performance gain is almost null since the chip holds back the system. PC2700 support is good for an O/C'er, but nothing justifies the extra COST.

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