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Intel Core 2 'Conroe' Memory Settings Guide

Posted on Tuesday, September 12 2006 @ 11:17:07 CEST by


Intel’s Pentium 4 architecture was one of the most bandwidth hungry - if you shoved DDR into it with a 400MHz rate with extremely low latencies, the system would perform worse then if it had 433MHz memory with higher latencies. Pentium 4 was just so memory hungry that higher MHz was better than lower latencies.

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