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Daily News Round #2 for October 24, 2004

Daily News Round #2 news post from TweakTown's online news computing and technology content pages for October 24, 2004

By Steve Dougherty on Oct 24, 2004 11:19 pm CDT - 1 min, 36 secs reading time

- Mushkin Mania

Lately there seems to have been quite a bit of focus on Mushkin's most recent high-performance memory products from popular online reviewing sources. Late last week Hi-Tech Reviews took a squizz at some lovely low latency Mushkin PC3200 Level II V2 memory which they seemed awfully fond of. ByteSector have since acquired some PC3200 LII V2 memory as well, with their review going up just today; The trend doesn't stop there either with the folks at System Cooling also firing up the same kit for review in which they for the most part only have positive things to say. In closure, we see Hi-Tech Reviews put the spotlight back onto Mushkin once again with their PC2-4200 (DDR2) memory, further indicating just how reliable Mushkin's products are.

Hi-Tech Reviews:-

Ever since the Winbond BH-5 chips became as scarce as hens teeth computer enthusiasts have been on the lookout for any memory that would approach the BH-5 claimed speeds. Earlier this year with the release of the Samsung TCCD chip it became evident that there was a new player in town as far as low latency memory was concerned. Not one to sit on the sidelines Mushkin immediately started designing a replacement memory module to take the place of the discontinued Level II memory and came up with the new PC-3200 Level 2 Version 2 (2-2-2) memory. After seeing our benchmarks I think you will agree that this is some blazing fast memory.

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