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Wednesday, 30 May 2007 01:49

DDR2 to pass 1,333 MHz

Written by Fuad Abazovic

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Samples in the labs


We heard that at least a few memory companies have some prototypes of DDR2 memory that works at or even over 1,333 MHz. This will let you synchronise DDR2 memory speed with the upcoming 1,333 MHz FSB.

We managed to overclock the memory to 1,320 but not any higher than that, but there might be a new hope for the memory overclockers, waiting just around the corner.

I am sure that everyone that likes AMD processors will be looking forward to this memory, as AMD doesn’t have any plans to move to DDR3 before 2008.

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