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Could WITH NOLOCK slow down select statements?

I think I can notice a considerable difference in speed since I added WITH NOLOCK to some of the select statements.
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We are using WITH NOLOCK on our servers but I never experienced a slow down when using it.
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i suppose its possible, depends how many dirty rows are in the range of the select..
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