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Old 18th September 2005, 04:36   #1
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Default Cheers!! The King of DDRI Samsung TCCD-GSkill FF with heatsink

Recently, 1GB rises sharply, it means great capacity generation is coming?!
As my experience, for general system, 51MBX2 are enough.
Only some heavy 3D Games need more than 1GB memory space.

Stop talking\1 Lets see what different with previous one.
New version with date code 2005/09, with copper sliver-color heatsink.
Someone think the heatsink doesnˇ¦t help much, but it really make it be better look!
Attractive packing is also an important selling point.

Use TCCD equally, on a price reduction to about 250~260 dollars

FF official spec : 2.5-3-3-7 (PC4400) / 2.5-4-4-8 (PC4800)

The past OC result
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AMD 3000+ Venice 0517
GSkill 1GBFF

DDR630 2.5 3-3-6 PI 32M

Even 1GBX2 rising is good news for buyers.
However, WINXP with often open software and files are only occupying 300~400MB memory space.

It is just like BMW325 2500cc.
Many carsˇ¦ power is bigger and cheaper, but BMW owns its reputation.

I believe TCCD still has the strength in high frequency, low latency and best memorychips :good:
Performance, Capacity, Price, Chip, Brand ˇV everyone have their own standard to judge their own best C/P products.
I choose TCCD, and you?!

Next Test might be one of the items below :
OCZ 1GBX2 DDR500, the price is around 340USD.

or GSkill 2GBHZ, the price is around 270USD.

or VGA cards?! Except 7800GTX SLI, I got 6800Ultra as well....
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bit of going around varies 'places', my believe is that G.Skill is adding heat spreader on all modules regardless of 'grades'. Newegg may likely awaiting new inventory to come in.

Should see another round of product reviews going out in the near future to kick in the holidays spending (buying) harvest season.
4 hours after my quote, you proved me right. Somehow, I have been suspecting you and G.Skill have some sort of working relationship; you are the so called "3rd hand", common practice from the 'old world'.

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