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Patriot Memory PC2-9200 2GB EP DDR2 Kit - Final Thoughts

In our second Patriot Memory DDR2 review for this week; we take a step up to their high-speed DDR2 1150MHz modules.

| DDR-2 Memory in RAM | Posted: Mar 6, 2008 5:00 am
TweakTown Rating: 88%      Manufacturer: Patriot Memory

Final Thoughts

 

Patriot's line of memory keeps on growing. With DDR3 now the big push for Intel, Patriot has already put modules out for this, but continues to make strides in the DDR2 arena as well. We certainly applaud them for that. Intel still hasn't finished with DDR2 yet, and AMD still relies fully on this technology until AM3 based CPUs make it to market.

 

Patriot has a huge line-up and this set of modules targeted at the high-end users rally has left us with huge respect for this new company. We are looking forward to seeing new modules come from them. If what we have seen so far to be an indication of the future, we are extremely excited.

 

The Patriot PC2-9200 kit we have tested today are above what we had expected, and with overclocking passing what was originally intended, you're getting a good product here.

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