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    [XF]DDR3 P35 Live Demo Sneak peak

    Intel P35 is the first chipset that supports DDR3 memory module. 3rd party motherboard vendors like Abit ASUS Albatron ECS FOXCONN Gigabyte MSI are almost ready to launch DDR3 based motherboard in Q3 2007.

    This time XF Team is proudly brought you guys P35 and Team Group DDR3 modules for a sneak peak. Team Group has used Qimonda IC as base component; PC3-6400 CL6,1.5v,and 25 USD per IC. Let's take a look

    Team Group DDR3 modules





    [size=2][b]Qimonda 64Mx8 DDR3 IC. Module spec: PC3-6400 CL6-6-6-18 1.5v


    Intel E6850 on Intel P35 running at DDRIII speed of 900 CL6-5-5-10


    Stay tune for more detail benchmark.

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    Awesome, can't wait for the "real" overclocking
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    CAS 33 <-- O_O

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    does the motherboard offer the new pcie 2.0? or that comes later

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lestat View Post
    CAS 33 <-- O_O

    (i know its reading it wrong, thats just funnier than heck.
    wait until you see some noob try to use an even older version of CPUz
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    Ya I know that Cas 33 look funny. CPU-Z team is trying to fix that soon.

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    Quote Originally Posted by alexio View Post
    Awesome, can't wait for the "real" overclocking
    Well, I dont know about that. Currently, I only see Elplida DDR3 IC (GeIL) and Qimonda DDR3 IC(Super Talent, Team Group) modules in forum. From our past experience, it could take another 12 to 18 month for the real OC D3 IC

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    We'll be seeing more of this details in the review, as we're working with some reviewer who has the board to test this.

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    wow.. very nice.. but I think I'll stay a little bit longer with ddr2..

    'll just watch you big boys have some fun.. hehehe

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    $25 an IC isn't that like $200 for a stick of one gig?
    And that board is using AGP?
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    wow...sounds good.... bah, just building a rig and will have to upgrade again in few days...!!

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    I think the development of DDR3 is a bit faster compared to DDR1 switching to DDr2 Era, we'll just have to wait until some of those Mobo chipset hit the retail market and probably the first couple quarters will be the OC community who will be the pioneer in using the DDR3 platform then not long after market will be able to accept the DDR 3....

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    too badi dont read french .. otherwise i'd visit that forum
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    Quote Originally Posted by theteamaqua View Post
    too badi dont read french .. otherwise i'd visit that forum

    It's Chinese.

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    When Micron starts producing DDR3 IC&#180;s?


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    i thought its this forum:
    http://www.atris.it/Forum/showthread.php?t=48258

    lol, and nvm that forum is in italian not french
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    Quote Originally Posted by cursivearmy1 View Post
    $25 an IC isn't that like $200 for a stick of one gig?
    And that board is using AGP?
    AGP interface was misread by CPU-Z.

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    PC3-6400 @ CL6, is this only for testing or will the DDR3 launch with those not god speeds at first ?
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