For those of you that don't feel like reading the article. Here's a brief summary:
It's unbelievable but true, Intel's old 440BX chipset at 133 MHz FSB is beating any other Coppermine-platform. Intel's 820 looks really bad and even i840 had to lose a lot of feathers. Rambus seems to be a rather nasty disappointment.
Well anyone that has a basic elementary education can figure out that 16bit is inferior to the DDR SDRAM 64 and 128bit data transfer. I beleive that its the data. Anyways RAMBUS is intels slimey way to get people to buy it to think THINK they are getting something good. HA Just like willamette being at a supposed 1500mhz, remember them saying 1.5ghz can be made to work like a 3ghz. I bet you its 750mhz made to work like 1.5 ghz. MARKETINGGGGG.
"Thats my story and im stickin to it!"
Psyduck, I wasn't slamming Jeffy. I was pointing out the scope of the article was about current chipset with regards to 133 MHz FSB as I felt Jeffy's statement was way beyond what the article was about.
I am not saying I care about what Jeffy thinks of me, but just FYI:
Originally posted by Jeffy79: Wait a minute a pc scares you? LOL You might be a geek if a computer scares you lol.
However, as I have said, my statement was about Jeffy reaching beyond the scope of the article.