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| Posted: Jul 12, 2004 4:15 pm

- High-end DDR Roundup

The German folk of HardwareLuxx have rounded up some of the best pairs of DDR1 memory modules on the market for review today, namely looking at ADATA's Vitesta DDR500 and DDR566 pairs, Corsair's very sweet TwinX 3200XL Pro kit, TwinMos's Twister DDR533, and GeIL's DDR533 modules. During their tests, they manage to pull off a 250mhz CL2 overclock on the yummy Corsair sticks, as well as a solid 1:1 290mhz FSB using various others. If you can get around the puzzling googled german translation, this is well worth some attention for those looking to head out and pick up some new top quality modules.

 

GDR Southern German Broadcasting Corporation to tests have tradition with us - 25 memory latch plates with a Rating of DDR400 or more highly we in the last months regarded. Favorable good deals were, as outstanding models emerged and also expensive High end memory, which really did not come into the courses. With the today's test we throw a last mark a view of the GDR Southern German Broadcasting Corporation to storing and pool of broadcasting corporations and test five further memory latch plates, which we did not have so far yet in the test. This time there is all together luxury memory latch plates of different marks - also with it are this time Corsair, twin MOS, ADATA and GeIL.

 


- Articles and Reviews from around the Web

- Coolermaster KHC-V81-U1 Hyper-6 Cooler @ Hexus
- Hiper HSU-3S350 Power Supply @ Hexus
- Coolermaster Centurion 5 CAC-T05 Case @ Hexus
- Crucial's Gizmo! Hi-Speed USB 2.0 Flash Drive @ D-Silence
- Win A FoxConn Heat Guzzler @ OverclockingHQ
- SilverStone SST-LC04 HTPC / Desktop Case @ System Cooling
- iCute Temperature Display @ Raptor Mods
- Samsung ML-2152W Wireless Laser Printer @ Accelnation
- Vantec Nexstar 3.5" USB/Firewire Hard Drive @ Virtual-Hideout
- GeForce 6800 Gameplay @ NV News

 

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