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Old 18th September 2004, 00:35   #1
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Default Buffalo Firestix PC4000

Buffalo memory has been around for a while. I am not talking a few years, I mean for over a decade they have had their hands in memory module production. The interesting part is that just recently, within the past few years, they have really buckled down and gained a popularity to speak of with the enthusiast crowd. The only way to please such a cynical group is to make memory that actually works, and works well…and above spec. Thus far, since we can all probably agree they have a good reputation, they must be doing something right.

Their latest release is into the well established DDR500 market. They are doing things right from all appearances with a high-spec module wrapped in an interesting new heat-spreader color. Of course, I need to verify these speeds.

http://www.subzerotech.com/index/mod...display/id/200
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