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Aopen Aeolus PCX6600GT-DV128 Driver

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Good Aopen Aeolus PCX6600GT-DV128 RAM, although more expensive, buys both stability and performance. They are generally poorly designed modules with dubious stability. Would you buy a processor or motherboard from an unknown company. To start with, we need to consider a little memory theory to understand the choices available to us. A unique feature of these chipsets is the asynchronous memory bus, which means that the memory bus can run at a different speed to the front side bus FSB.

The earlier Aopen Aeolus PCX6600GT-DV128 chipset also supports a 66MHz memory bus. Can this be used on a MHz memory bus and is it worth the extra money.

Memory designed to run at MHz is called PC and conforms to a stringent standard defined by Intel. An important consideration for SDRAM is the rate at which it can transfer data to and from the processor. This is illustrated in the figure below.


As the memory bus is bits or 8 bytes wide, the memory speed directly determines the theoretical peak rate at which data can be passed to and from the Northbridge. This means that Aopen Aeolus PCX6600GT-DV128 FSB supports a peak data rate of 1.

VIA KT block diagram from VIA s website Memory Timings In practice, memory benchmarks show that is difficult to achieve an average data throughput that is even half the theoretical peak transfer Aopen Aeolus PCX6600GT-DV128 on the memory bus. In simple terms, however, the memory cannot simply instantly provide data with each clock cycle.

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There is an initial overhead or latency associated with a request to Aopen Aeolus PCX6600GT-DV128 or write data from a given memory address, followed by the data appearing on each clock cycle. It is hard to describe these overheads without repeating the detailed descriptions of SDRAM operations in the references above, but if for simplicity we Aopen Aeolus PCX6600GT-DV128 regard the memory as a table with rows and columns, then the principle delays are: CAS latency: PC x-y-z.

Although measured in clock cycles, the underlying reasons for these delays are due to the actual time taken for signals to settle within the Aopen Aeolus PCX6600GT-DV128 chip. The timings are therefore specified for a given memory speed, and will change with bus frequency. It all depends on the quality of the RAM. To summarise all this timing technobabble, the point to realise is that the performance of the memory depends on not just the MHz but also on how efficiently the RAM uses each clock cycle.

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To make matters more confusing, suppliers often abbreviate these timings to just Aopen Aeolus PCX6600GT-DV128 first number - the CAS latency, eg. It Aopen Aeolus PCX6600GT-DV128 up to you, as the buyer, to do your research. If a supplier doesn t provide this information, choose one who does. What does this all mean to me. You want to know whether your computer will be more Aopen Aeolus PCX6600GT-DV128 or faster, if you invest in some quality RAM.

Anyone seen like this before? Yikes well let me guess this is your first time soldering or at least soldering on a multilayer board? Well we were all there once those joints bring me back to when I was 10 soldering on my first phono plug ahhh the memories.

Also the joint shouldn't crust up like that. That means that Aopen Aeolus PCX6600GT-DV128 solder blob melted partially and resolidified without the other solder in the area melting along with it. The reason the Aopen Aeolus PCX6600GT-DV128 on the board wouldn't melt is probably because you didn't use a high enough wattage iron.

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