HELL YEAH!!! Someone get this guy some proof!! and quickly! i don't know how much longer i can wait, the suspense is killing me...Originally posted by ryme4reson
I will do it on my 933 is someone can give me proof it works with my CPU also
Yes, at the end of the article he does state that you will need pc2700 in order to take advantage of the new clockspeed.Originally posted by sparkleytone
i'm wondering if this means that you will need pc2700 RAM ???
Originally posted by Thirteenva
Yes, at the end of the article he does state that you will need pc2700 in order to take advantage of the new clockspeed.
Sounds cool, pay for a dual 867, overclock to dual 1ghz.
I wonder if there are any heat related issues, is the cooling system in the 867 the same as in the dual ghz or dual 1.25ghz?
We aren't talking about PC133 ram here. The dual 867's use PC 2100 ram, which is running at an effective rate of 266Mhz. You DON'T need to get new ram to run at the new speeds. about 80% of all PC2100 RAM can run at 333Mhz (PC2700). How do I know? I have PC2100 RAM running at 333Mhz.Originally posted by rugby
This won't work with any other computer, especially the older ones. PC133 ram very rarely hits 166mhz, which is what it would have to be able to do.
Second, the new MDD towers have software controlled pll settings, which means they can be overclocked with software.
As soon as I get my Dual 867 and ram I'll try it.