Posted on Wednesday, September 22 2004 @ 22:29:41 CEST by LSDsmurf
There are some excellent motherboards for overclocking, like Asus' P4C800, that are sadly marred by a lack of enough Vdimm to get ultra high speed DDR sticks to really flex their muscles. While there are volt modding tricks that can be done to get around these limitations, they are for diehards only, and can leave you stuck with a dead board. Enter OCZ to the rescue, with the DDR Booster that aims to make volt modding simple enough for everyone. Does it work?