PQI Turbo 1GB Ultra Low Latency PC3200

@ 2004/09/18
Recently, some high performance memory manufacturers have revisited good old DDR400 memory, and spruced it up for use with even today's fastest systems. The memory we're looking at today, PQI's Turbo 1GB Ultra Low Latency PC3200, is a perfect example of this trend. It is still DDR400 memory, but it's designed to operate with very tight timings, which helps it gain back some of what it loses in sheer speed when compared to faster offerings. Then again, maybe it doesn't lose much after all because, as you'll soon see, this memory has some looooong legs!

Comment from Xploited Titan @ 2004/09/18
I prefer my OCZ sticks with BH-5 chips, but still waiting to find tygon for my watercooling at a good price so I can launch my computer and overclock like .
Comment from Sidney @ 2004/09/18
The question is, consistency in performance from lot to lot. My pair of Apacer PC3200 will run all the way up to 255 1:1 ratio at 3-4-4-8 for $84.

Got another pair of the same; would not get to 235. Then, I installed the pair in AXP; it stops at 215. The label says 400 DDR, anything above is free with no guarantee.