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2 Memory Reviews for September 8, 2002

2 Memory Reviews news post from TweakTown's online news computing and technology content pages for September 8, 2002
| RAM News | Posted: Sep 9, 2002 12:36 am

AusPCWorld is first up this time with their review of Crucial's PC2100 DDR 256MB RAM.

Crucial is known for being one of the industry leaders in PC Memory. The Company provides all types of memory for many different machine types and models. Today we take a look at Crucial's PC2100 256MB DDR module.
More information at AusPCWorld




PC Stats are next with their look at TwinMOS' PC3200 DDR400 RAM.

TwinMOS 512MB PC3200 memory uses Winbond DRAM which has a "5"ns speed rating. As you probably read in our TwinMOS PC2700 DDR RAM review Winbond is making some awesome memory. Specifically, overclockers have been having a lot of success overclocking the Winbond "BH-6" DRAM modules. Well the 512MB PC3200 memory was using "BH-5" DRAM so I was getting pretty excited in terms of overclockability. Would this stick of memory be able to impress us as much as the 256MB TwinMOS PC2700 DDR did? Those are pretty big steps to fill.
More information at PC Stats


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