I should add that they used the x2 memory multiplier on the 845D system instead of the x2.66 multiplier. I assume this is because their DDR wasn't fast enough to hit 364MHz. The Kingmax PC2700 DDR I bought would have been better for their 845D system because then they could have used the x2.66 multiplier and hit 364MHz memory speed.
By using slow DDR it crippled the 845D system's scores in tests where memory bandwidth is important and it reflects badly on the 845D.
Hey, I sound like some sort of 845D/DDR fanatic!!! Cool.
P4 Northwood 2.0A @ 2.64GHz (20 x 132)
Asus P4B-266 (i845D) @ 528MHz (4 x 132) FSB
512MB PC2700 5.0ns DDR @ 352MHz (2 x 176)
GF3 Ti200 @ 220/500 core/memory