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VIA's KT400, Misguided? - VIA's KT400, Misguided?
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First of all, the industry specification just doesn't exist. And when you don’t have proper specification and standardization, you’ve got trouble. You’ve got bizarre conflicts, unstable systems, and worse. And because of that, you’ve got angry end-users who will undoubtedly want someone to blame. The DDR266 specification has only just reached an acceptable state. DDR333 still isn’t anywhere close to being ready for mass-market. DDR400? Or is it PC3200? We don’t even know what to call it yet!
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