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Old 31st July 2007, 15:18   #1
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Default 5 high end DDR2 Memory Kits Compared

Well DDR2 still has its place, it may not be the main memory for the Intel platform for much longer but itís still the mainstream for AMD, and for the time being P35 is happy to run with DDR2 until DDR3 manages to take a foot hold and prove itself. Our roundup today manages to give us a good idea on what we have here, especially the high-end 1200MHz kits from Kingston, ADATA, Winchip, and Geil as well as the ultra low latencies of the Kingston 6400 series of RAM modules. Kingstonís PC2-9600 memory has managed to impress us immensely with its speed as well as overclocking abilities. While 600MHz may seem good to most, our final speed of 622MHz gives us just a bit more speed for your dollar.

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