but I heard there were problems with the SIS 645?.. Not quite sure if it's true or just a rumor..
but was it true people had problems with the SIS 645 and compatability with certain video cards? I heard it killed people's CPU or had a whole lot of problems before?..
I'm not sure with the new P4S533 as it's using the SIS645 DX chipset..
Nah, the only place I heard something like that was in Tom's Hardware's RDRAM vs. DDR RAM. Tom's Hardware is very conservative most of the time, when it comes to overclocking. Any PC3200 should handle maximum settings but you might have to raise the voltage 0.1 or 0.2V.
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Well I'm most likely getting a 1.6A GHz Northwood so by having PC3200 will I get that much more performance?
and is it going to be noticeable?
I just can't exactly figure out if I'm better off paying the extra cash for PC3200 DDR400 or sticking to PC2700 and get similar results..
Most PC3200 can easily handle the CL2 at 400MHz without any problems.
id like to see some proof of that...
anyways....as for the AGP thing...a 3.3v card will not fit into a mobo that supports only 1.5v...just FYI...so you wont have to worry about that....and besides...the sis645DX chip supports pretty much all agp video cards.
as for the ram...your best bet is to stick with samsung ram on samsung pcb...its just safer that way.