When the Winbond BH5 hype began, top overclockers realized that Kingston's PCB was much better than what the competition provided. Many of the world's top 3DMark scores are obtained with the use of Kingston's KHX3200. I had a couple of these sticks as well, and hit a whopping 250FSB with just 3.2v. It's a shame that I sold it. If you've checked out our review of the OCZ DDR Booster, you'll see that I've had great success with the KHX3500. With all the talk about low latency memory, how does their high megahertz memory perform?