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G.Skill DDR2 and DDR3 Memory Kits
We've got two G.Skill kits on the table today, a 1000MHz DDR2 and 1600MHz DDR3 kit. Read on to see how they stack up. | Nov 22, 2007 11:00 pm CST
Corsair 5400UL DDR-2 675MHz Memory Review
Earlier this year Corsair launched their 5400UL part which is designed to offer impressive timings (3-3-2-8) at 675MHz DDR. Not only that but they make claims that their memory can do over 800MHz DDR with relaxed timings. Read on as we take a look at Corsair's latest performance DDR-2 memory and see how it performs at stock speeds and just how far we can overclock the sticks. | Jul 11, 2005 11:00 pm CDT
DDR-2 Memory Investigation Guide - Making sense of memory settings
In our latest guide we investigate DDR-2 memory on the Intel Pentium 4 platform and the differences between high bandwidth and timings to figure out which offers the best system performance. What is better - higher clock speed or super tight timings? We discuss the reasons why one is better than the other and prove our claims through a range of different system configuration benchmarks. | Apr 20, 2005 11:00 pm CDT
DDR-2 PC-5400 Performance Memory Shootout - OCZ vs. Corsair vs. Kingston
In our latest article we are comparing the performance of some of the top brands in DDR-2 memory modules. We've got modules on the test bench from OCZ (PC-5400 Performance series), Corsair (XMS2 Pro series) and Kingston (HyperX series). After taking a close look at each set of Dual Channel modules, we tested them at their default speeds and as far as we could overclock them. | Mar 1, 2005 11:00 pm CST
DDR vs. DDR-2 - What are we to make of it all?
Today we have posted an article for you which investigates the current state of DDR vs. DDR-2 memory in the industry. We have included in-depth information about what is different about the two technologies, possible adoption problems for AMD with Athlon 64 and benchmarks comparing both on an MSI motherboard which supports both memory standards. If you're wondering what we are to make of it all... Read on! | Oct 3, 2004 11:00 pm CDT