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Kingmax DDR-333 (PC2700) Memory Review - Kingmax DDR333 - Page 4

With newer motherboards coming out all the time and faster chipsets being par for the course, there just has to be a way for memory to keep up. Come take a peek at Cameron "Sov" Johnson's exclusive review of a 256MB stick of Kingmax DDR-333 memory. It's aim is higher performance for today's faster motherboards. Lets go see if it succeeds, shall we?

| DDR Memory in RAM | Posted: Feb 7, 2002 5:00 am
TweakTown Rating: 9.5%      Manufacturer: Kingmax



Like all of the other Kingmax memory samples we have tested, this baby stands up to the overclockers standard. 186MHz obtainable memory clock and using default voltage of 2.5v shows how well Kingmax have gotten their fabrication down.


Features wise, well being memory there are no features to speak of really, apart from the fact that the novice user will have no problems getting the maximum out of this memory due to the highly tweaked SPD EEPROM.


Kingmax has stated to the market that they want to make the most used and overclockable memory while still maintaining quality and stability, and this is still true today. With memory speeds growing and new and faster technologies coming, it's nice to know that if you have Kingmax memory, then your RAM is in an A-1 class.


- Pros




Most overclockable memory we have seen




Low 2.5v draw


- Cons


Only got 256MB of it :)


Rating - 9.5/10 and TweakTown's Editors Choice Award



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