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Regarding the Nforce3 Ultra Chipset.

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The nForce3 Ultra chipset officially supports a 1 GHz HyperTransport link.

 

Every motherboard released with this chipset reports that in their specifications in some way. I'm not sure where information to the contary comes from. I don't mean to be insulting to the mods of this forum but i'm genuinely interested how you arrive to the conclusion that this chipset does not officially support that speed.

 

Please note i'm talking about the Nforce3 Ultra chipset not other variants of the Nforce3.

 

Boards released by MSI, Gigabyte, Epox, DFI based on this chipset all list 1ghz or 2000mt, not 800mhz or 1600mt.

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Hello,

 

I am not fully update with the NF3-ultra problems/threads/things people have posted about it.

 

Can you show me the link that said it does not support 1000HTT?

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Hello,

 

I read the STICKY.

 

Nvidia need to make their specs clearer.

http://www.nvidia.com/page/pg_20030918437537.html

 

They put ** (2 star by the HTT and said 8GB/s)

But it is a fact that the NF3 non ultras do not officially support 1000Mhz / 8GB/s HTT and the 754 CPUs dont have 1000Mhz HTT too.

 

Did they mean to put ***(3 stars)?

 

EPOX NF3ultra Overclocks well.

http://www.pcstats.com/articleview.cfm?articleid=1682&page=2

 

 

http://www.hardwarezone.com/articles/view.php?cid=6&id=1247

 

http://www.firingsquad.com/hardware/nvidia...iew/default.asp

And the key word is "Full support for 1Ghz HTT" recommended by AMD too.

 

What does this mean?

:) I will let someone else answer as maybe I dont know all the facts.

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