Wanting to find out what all the commotion is about with this new EPP memory standard of NVIDIA's? This interview with John Beekley of Corsair (VP of Applications Engineering)over at Techgage should help set things straight.
This past Monday, NVIDIA announced a new feature of their nForce 5 chipset's. The feature is called EPP, or Enhanced Performance Profiles and is primarily designed around making overclocking easier. You can read NVIDIA's press release here and Corsairs coinciding release here.
New memory technologies happen often, but many don't become mainstream very quickly. EPP is going to be different, because anybody will be able to take advantage of what it offers as soon as AM2 drops. EPP has been in the works for a while, and companies like Corsair have been directly beside NVIDIA's side throughout the process to assure that things are done right. OCZ and a few other companies have been assisting NVIDIA also, but Corsair has will be the first to offer EPP modules to the public.
Last updated: Dec 4, 2019 at 01:47 pm CST
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