Fastest 400: Moving away from all the optimization that Buffered scores bring with it we have a chance to see the raw memory performance of the modules. We see the Kingmax TinyBGA take number one spot at DDR400. OCZ was hot on its trails but just falling behind; it seems that the TinyBGA technology does have some effect on the memory.
433 and 466 Speeds: It was interesting to see that the speeds of the Corsair PC3500 were faster then the Corsair PC3700. We will see if this is something carries over into real world benchmarking. Currently Sandra is nothing but numbers and sometimes these numbers don't equate into real world performance.
Fastest Memory: Both the Corsair PC4000 and OCZ PC4000 where battling out here with neither stick being a clear winner. Both sticks of memory perform exceptionally well but at what costs does this performance come at.