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DDR2 to the Max - High-end kits Tested

By: Cameron Johnson | DDR-2 Memory in RAM | Posted: Jul 31, 2007 4:00 am

Overclocking

 

Without any doubt the overclocking is definitely the most important part of the modules. First let's have a look at our CPU-Z results.

 

Kinsgton PC2-9600

 

 

Kingston PC2-6400

 

 

Geil PC2-9280

 

 

Winchip PC2-9600

 

 

ADATA PC2-9600

 

 

Here we can see that the Kingston memory managed to get the highest speeds in our tests, with the Geil not that far behind. Geil was extremely impressive as they're only rated for 1160MHz, we managed to squeeze extra with a bit more voltage. The rest was pretty standard, the ADATA and Winchip modules didn't quite live up to their speeds, but this could be due to the new memory controller of our P35 chipset board.

 

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