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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

Kingston KHX9600DX2K2/1G



Kingston sent us two kits for our evaluation, first on the list is their high-end KHX9600 kit. These modules are rated for PC2-9600 (or 1200MHz DDR2) speeds with latencies of 5-5-5-15, which is pretty normal for modules running at this high speed. The package which Kingston sent the modules in is identical to their other HyperX series of modules, only the front sticker band changes between the series.



Kingston's HyperX modules come with the traditional blue alloy heat spreader with U-clips holding the heat spreaders to the modules. In terms of appearance it doesn't look any different from the other HyperX modules on the market.



Kingston places on one side of each module a sticker with specs, unfortunately you need a translator book to understand the code that Kingston uses. Kingston only rates their modules to a maximum voltage of 2.35v.


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