[H]ardOCP has a preview of dual-channel DDR for the Pentium 4 up, and it's worth a look. Though the beta chipset they're using is unnamed, the results offer a glimpse of what we might be able to expect.
Remembering that this is a beta chipset with alpha drivers, we should not draw any conclusions at all as this is most likely not going to represent the true state of the Intel Dually DDR when it finally arrives. I cannot help but get excited from the showing in the benchmarks though. This chipset looks to be an incredible achievement by Intel.With dual-channel DDR fast approaching, how much longer is Intel going to cling to RDRAM on its high performance platforms?
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