23rd January 2007, 04:58 PM #1
Santa Rosa has it all, but does it have 800 MHz DDR2 support?
Like the title says:
Santa Rosa has it all: DX 10 graphics, fast Core 2 Duo, new wireless lan, better speedstep technology (which even downclocks the FSB!). But my concern is: does it have 800 MHz DDR2 support? Or is the maximum 667 MHz? That would be pity, because with 667 MHz the chip needs to work with dividers and means that the system is not optimal.
Anyone knows anything about 800 MHz support?
Thanks in advance,
23rd January 2007, 05:10 PM #2
Re: Santa Rosa has it all, but does it have 800 MHz DDR2 support?
I believe it should, or otherwise the 800MHz FSB increase would be completely pointless...Vice President, Major Multinational Banking Corporation
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