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Old 25th July 2007, 12:07   #1
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Default Buffalo FireStix 2x1GB PC2-9600 Memory Modules Review

he presence of DDR3 memory in the market has a lot of people
wondering if DDR2 is already on its way out. The answer to that is no, not
even close. DDR2 memory has really stretched the limits of what SDRAM can do
over Jedec standards. With many modules running at well over the specified
1.8v, such as these Buffalo PC2-9600 modules at 2.3v, DDR2 has surpassed
what many of us would have thought the performance to ever be with DDR2.

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