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DFI BIOS makes it easy to fake memory results

Posted on Friday, April 14 2006 @ 11:32:27 CEST by

I'm not sure if many of you have seen this before, but the new DFI beta BIOS gives you some interesting memory options. What happens in the end? Buyers getting scammed out of their money!

"Just in case some readers here don't have their ear as tightly pressed to the ground as others, I will summarize and let you know what has happened that can make it very easy to fake memory overclocks...and I don't want any of our friends here buying bad memory because of this. again, if you are reading reviews, buying memory in forums, or on e-bay and using overclocking results as a guideline then read on as this may very well save you some hassle."

You can learn more about this issue at Overclockers Online's Forum.



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