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TweakTown's DDR-2 Memory content from our RAM category for 2005 - Page 1

Listing of our DDR-2 Memory content from our RAM category for 2005.

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OCZ High Grade Memory - PC4800 DDR and PC5400 DDR-2

OCZ High Grade Memory - PC4800 DDR and PC5400 DDR-2

Today we're checking out some OCZ memory modules - PC4800 "EL Platinum Limited Edition" DDR and PC5400 "EL Gold" DDR-2. | Nov 14, 2005 at 11:00 pm CST

Corsair 5400UL DDR-2 675MHz Memory Review

Corsair 5400UL DDR-2 675MHz Memory Review

Earlier this year Corsair launched their 5400UL part which is designed to offer impressive timings (3-3-2-8) at 675MHz DDR. Not only that but they make claims that their memory can do over 800MHz DDR with relaxed timings. Read on as we take a look at Corsair's latest performance DDR-2 memory and see how it performs at stock speeds and just how far we can overclock the sticks. | Jul 11, 2005 at 11:00 pm CDT

DDR-2 Memory Investigation Guide - Making sense of memory settings

DDR-2 Memory Investigation Guide - Making sense of memory settings

In our latest guide we investigate DDR-2 memory on the Intel Pentium 4 platform and the differences between high bandwidth and timings to figure out which offers the best system performance. What is better - higher clock speed or super tight timings? We discuss the reasons why one is better than the other and prove our claims through a range of different system configuration benchmarks. | Apr 20, 2005 at 11:00 pm CDT

DDR-2 PC-5400 Performance Memory Shootout - OCZ vs. Corsair vs. Kingston

DDR-2 PC-5400 Performance Memory Shootout - OCZ vs. Corsair vs. Kingston

In our latest article we are comparing the performance of some of the top brands in DDR-2 memory modules. We've got modules on the test bench from OCZ (PC-5400 Performance series), Corsair (XMS2 Pro series) and Kingston (HyperX series). After taking a close look at each set of Dual Channel modules, we tested them at their default speeds and as far as we could overclock them. | Mar 1, 2005 at 11:00 pm CST