Originally Posted by worshipme
How many times have I said this? DDR3 is no benefit whatsoever to an Intel platform as bandiwidth is only as high as the FSB. For example, if you are running a 400 FSB. Bandwidth is limited to DDR 800, anything over that will not bring any performance benefits.
I'm still not fallowing u worshipme... Can u clear this up for me a bit please? here is the specs of the mobo.
Memory: DDR3 2000(OC)/1800(OC)/1333
Support for up to 2000 MHz SLI-Ready Memory with EPP
And here is the ram: Speed DDR3 1333 (PC3 10666)
Originally Posted by eggyhustles
i really wanted to run 2 9600gts in sli..im trying to salvage that along with the tv tuner and soundcard..don't really want a 150 dollar paperweight lol
Well then u dont need DDR3 then... coz 9600 will bottleneck this PC...just stick with my 1st build.