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Old 13th September 2006, 21:23   #1
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Choosing the Right Memory for Core 2 Duo Platform - Part 2: DDR2-1000, DDR2-1067

After our checking the influence of memory subsystem parameters on performance of the Core 2 Duo platform in general, we now want to test a few DDR2 SDRAM kits that you can actually use in your system. Let's put theory to practical use, so to say. In this review we will be testing a few overclocker-friendly DDR2 SDRAM kits from Corsair, GeIL, OCZ and Patriot currently available in shops.
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