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    Default C2D with 500FSB stock volts!

    http://www.bit-tech.net/news/2007/03...igabyte_board/

    Go see the screenshot

    On a Gigabyte DS3, stock volts, Intel 1333FSB 3GHz CPU, which as far as we knew was supposed to be E6850 only, doing 500FSB (3500MHz) at PC2-8000 with complete eaaase!

    The Intel rep said its "not hard"



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    I can already feel the influx of users who are going to scream to hell and back when they find out their board doesn't hit 500.

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    i think that the boards fsb limit is going to be the hardest limit for the 1333 procs. even now with 1066 some people are already limited by their boards fsb, this is just going to enlarge the effect im afraid.
    Echoing all over the web.

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    Just some insight to whats possible

    The nForce 680i boards should do better than that.

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