Hmm ... I must be the only moron then to have thought both were good ideas, hence the fact that I am still running a VX motherboard (with SDRAM) which has ALWAYS since its introduction been THE FASTEST FRIGGIN WAY TO RUN A PENTIUM.
Many will recall Intel's insistance on pushing SDRAM back in the days of EDO. At the time, SDRAM didnít appear much faster than EDO RAM, but look at it now. Likewise, back in the days of the 486 DX33, Intel planned to start using a bus multiplier and took flak from analysts saying the performance increase would be negligible, but clearly Intel was right, and the analysts were wrong.