Mushkin PC3200 L2V2 Dual Channel Kit

@ 2004/10/25
"Of all the memory that came out this year, I would have to say that the
low latency trend seems to be fairly prevalent. We all know from the
introduction of DDR2 memory that speed means almost nothing if your
timings are really high (in the case of DDR2 it was 4-4-4-12). What have
companies been working to do then? They take their PC3200 modules and drop
the latencies to a record 2-2-2-5 while running at 400MHz. This allows for
a very versatile memory module. Today, I have been given the chance to
take a look at Mushkin’s latest low latency memory. Dubbed the L2V2 series
of memory, it comes with Mushkin’s jet black 6-layer PCB, gold contacts,
2-2-2-5 timings at 400MHz, and what looks like a heck of a lot of
bandwidth!"

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Comment from Jaco @ 2004/10/25
hehe , 2-2-2-5 will ALWAYS be faster than 2-3-3-6 at the same speed.

those PI scores are hilarious
Comment from jmke @ 2004/10/25
this review is SERIOUSLY flawed
both Corsair PC3200XL and Mushkin LVL2 VII feature Samsung TCCD chips

how can CL2-3-3-5 give better results then CL2-2-2-5 at same speeds? this goes beyond all logic

 

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