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Originally Posted by hitman012I think it's because Tim had already done the benchmarks with the Core Duo at 2.6GHz in an earlier review (to compare it clock-for-clock with the FX-60), so they were put in this one just as a point of comparison. As far as I know, the chip went back before he could try benching it against the FX-62 at 2.8GHz.
Originally Posted by olly_lewisI would realy like to see faster memory but evne so this is great news, and im stratching my head wondering if i should wait for conroe and if i just let loose on my bank account, could i get both over a 9 month period... have to brush up on my maths
2x512MB Corsair XMS2-8500 DDR2 memory (running at 800MHz¹ 4.0-4-4-12-1T
Originally Posted by MiNiMaL_FuSSAre we expecting much of a price drop om 939 when AM2 establishes itself?
Originally Posted by Buck_Rogers25Thats from the test setup spec, thing is the corsair 8500s listed at 5-5-5-12, is it actually capable of 4-4-4 or is that a typo ? :).
Originally Posted by bigzWe've got some lower-latency DDR2 in house - we'll have a review using it online very soon. :)
Originally Posted by ScanScan Recommended Memory configurations are as follows to get the best out of your new AM2 CPU
AM2 FX-62 DDR2-800 (PC2-6400)
AM2 Dual Core X2 DDR2-667 or 800 (PC2-5300 or PC2-6400)
AM2 Athlon 64 DDR2-533 or 667 (PC2-4200 or PC2-5300)
AM2 Sempron DDR2-533 or 667 (PC2-4200 or PC2-5300)
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