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HaSi

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    Core i7
    HD4870
    6Gb 1333Mhz DDR3 Ram
    Asus P6T Deluxe
  1. I won't give you a technical explanation because I'm not 100% sure on this stuff and there are lots of numbers to explain when you start getting too technical but the DDR2 1600 is just a memory stick that runs @ 1600Mhz, and is capable of running in dual channel mode while the DDR3 1066 runs @ 1066Mhz but is capable of running in triple channel mode. (or isn't it, Verron? ) The triple channel mode is currently only supported by (the memory controller of) the Intel i7, just like mine . My advice? Go for the DDR3 Mobo (I have a ASUS P6T Deluxe and I can seriously recommend you this mobo. Read the review on OCC: http://www.overclockersclub.com/reviews/as..._deluxe/22.htm) if you want to be ready for 'some near' future. Besides, i don't think the DDR3 Mobo supports DDR2 Memory, but you are able to put 2 sticks in instead of 3 if you're really low on budget..
  2. At first (in the old days ) I also didn't like Vista but now you made me think and then again, I did have a lot more common problems with XP than with Vista right now. I did have 2 computers with Vista 32-bit and now running 64-bit and I'm happy to say that this little MS ###### is getting more and more submissive
  3. Hi I've noticed something on e-bay some days ago: a 'gamer PC' with Intel Core i7 920, HD4870 and.. 4 Gb of DDR2 RAM Memory (2x2Gb). Now I suppose the i7 (or it's memory controller) supports DDR2 memory as well but then I saw this offer with 4 Gigs of DDR3 Ram: http://cgi.ebay.nl/INTEL-Core-i7-920-ATI-H...9QQcmdZViewItem. (Good offer by the way ) I thought this kind of setup wasn't possible so anyone who can tell me then how those 2 DDR3 memory sticks will behave in terms of channel mode etc.? Will they work just like DDR2 sticks? Then again I thought the operating voltages of DDR3 and DDR2 where different so how exactly will 2 sticks of DDR3 memory behave then? I suppose you could equally ask if one DDR2 stick would work in one's Mobo? It's a question I was already asking myself while I was building my computer (I have Intel i7 920, Asus P6T Deluxe & 3 DDR3 2Gb 1333Mhz sticks, what if I took one out?) so now bring me sum salvation plz
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