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Originally Posted by valiumIntel can never seem to top AMD who is now big man on campus.
Originally Posted by RotoSequenceGood review Tim, though I think you could use a camera with better abilities for close up shots ;)
Im a bit dissappointed that no overclocking experiments were performed; ive been hearing plenty of rumours that the 65nm process allows for some pretty extreme overclocks, and was hoping for some verification of this :(
Originally Posted by FIBRE+How come you used a 6800GT in a "high end" test machine? Just wondered, i'm sure theres a reason :)
Originally Posted by valiumWonder what AMD has up their sleeves :)
Originally Posted by NatureWill the FX60 only be for the AM2 socket? I'd hate to see socket 939 get AGP'd...
Originally Posted by RotoSequenceAMD maintains commitment to sustain the lifespan of the socket for 18 months after the introduction of another; its part of their "Stable Image" program. The FX-60 will be for both 939 and AM2 from what I understand.
Originally Posted by Darkedge"Thanks to Intel's Flex Memory technology, it's also possible to install differing memory sizes in each slot while still utilising in dual channel mode. This is great, as it allows a flexible upgrade path, as you could have 1GB of DDR2 installed now, and you could add two 1GB modules for a total of 3GB of memory in dual channel."
err am I the only person who is a little confused about this bit? Dual channel cannot run surely though THREE slots on the mainboard - more accurately would be saying you could have a 1GB stick and add a 512 and use Dual channel access..
Originally Posted by Darkedgeahhh I see - that makes much more sense.
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