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    IDF Spring 04: Day 1: Tech Showcase: DDR2 - Numbers!


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    cool , reading now... whats this about you being someones love child? was reported in the inquirer

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    Apparently Mike Magee is my father...

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    yup , need pictures to confirm tho, as not everyone has had a chance to visit the intel developer doodar to see...

    how long does the 'show' go on for? and what else can we expect to see/read

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    PCI-Express stuff, DDR2 stuff

    I wasted an hour in an Performance Tweaking thing today - so basic.

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    Quote Originally Posted by streetster
    yup , need pictures to confirm tho, as not everyone has had a chance to visit the intel developer doodar to see...
    well i've seen them together, and i wouldn't want to suggest anything, but...

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    When are we looking at release dates here in the UK for PCIExpress and DDR2 etc...

    I have a cool £1000 sitting in my account waiting!

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    1GB of DDR2 is costing Kingston/Corsair $1400 at the mo

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    OUCH!

    /me goes gets a p4 or amd64 then

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    Quote Originally Posted by David
    1GB of DDR2 is costing Kingston/Corsair $1400 at the mo
    Is the extra $1000 worth it then?????

    That sounds pretty extreme.....

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    Do you know what timings those DDRII modules were?

    DDRII will have some pants timings when released (Corsair DDRII Cas lantecy timing is at 4! The others aren't much better either) and I'm interested to know if that score was with default timings(pants) or tight timings.

    As it stands, it's on par with a Springdale chipset. A finely tuned Canterwood with tight timings would be hitting the 5000's.

    Current DDR modules will only go so high and I think we've pretty much hit that limit now. DDR II will take over with speeds of DDR600 at only 1.8v's.

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