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upcoming Bearlake P35 chipsets - upcoming Bearlake P35 chipsets
Wed, May 16 2007 | 2:44PM | PermaLink Feedback?
Intel P35 boards are hitting the review sites. We have reviewed a couple of them using DDR2 modules. This is because DDR3 memory are scarce. Most of the ram vendors will not have them ready by June. We would be expecting RAM module manufacturers to showcase their DDR3 modules during the Computex exhibition. Now why do we need DDR3 when there is already DDR2 which runs well no existing Intel chipsets or even on the bearlake (P35). Well, the reason is obvious. DDR2 has almost reach its maximum at 1066MHz. Although you can overclock, it couldn't go much higher. As for DDR3, the modules will start from 1066, 1333 and later up to 1600MHz
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