[M]emory roundup Q1 2003:
With NForce2 motherboards capable of FSB speeds far beyond 200mhz and Intel Canterwood (875P) boards reaching an insane 300mhz FSB, it might be a good idea to go shop for some new memory. But which one do you have to buy? Do you really need expensive Corsair TwinX PC3200 sticks to go with your brand new dual channel ddr board? Do you have to throw your apacer sticks in the garbage bin, or do you better hold on to them a bit longer?
There are over a dozen different high speed memory sticks on the market right now, and any rating beyond PC2700 is not an official JEDEC standard. Only customers will complain when their "PC3200" or "PC3500" sticks don't reach their advertised speed.Tones.be
was so kind to supply us with many popular memory sticks to check whether these will match your needs:Corsair PC3200 TwinX
Corsair PC3200 ValueSelect (BH5)
Corsair PC3500 XMS
TwinmoS PC3200 (BH5)
TwinmoS PC3200 (50B)