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DDR2 to the Max - High-end kits Tested

By: Cameron Johnson | DDR-2 Memory in RAM | Posted: Jul 31, 2007 4:00 am

Geil PC2-9280 DDR2-1160+ Dual Channel Kit



First on the chopping block is the Geil PC2-9260 (or 1160MHz) DDR2 memory module kit. Geil sent us a 2GB kit that contained 2x1GB modules rated to run at 4-4-4-12 at their maximum 1160MHz with a safe working voltage between 2.35 and 2.55v, definately one if the highest supporting voltage memory kits on the market.


The package Geil put it in is quite nice, black on silver with orange stripes to denote its ultra series of modules.



Once you unpack the modules you get to see them in all their glory. The ultra 2 series which these modules are a part of come with an orange alloy heatspreader to keep them cool, no special raised fins or anything extra.



On one side of the modules Geil places a sticker with the info about them. The sticker is holographic so you don't get a good picture from the camera, but the sticker contains all the specs on the modules and in easy to read english, not like some of the other modules we have here.


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