All overclocked modules didn't have any troubles breaking the 10k barrier in PCMark2002. OCZ was even capable of giving us over 11000 PC Marks when it came to testing the memory portion of the program. Both the Corsair and the Kingmax module aren't far behind.
We see here that while the Corsair is still quite slow when it comes to FSB, it was still capable of keeping up with the Transcend modules which was clocked a fair bit higher. The Corsair PC3700 was able to break the 250 FSB barrier and for this reason it's keeping up with some of the more higher clocked modules. Thanks to the overall quality found on the Kingmax TinyBGA module, it is able to come out very well.