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Old 12th October 2005, 16:17   #1
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Default DDR700 SDRAM as It Really Is: Patriot PDC1G5600ELK (PC5600) Memory

The newly released DDR700 SDRAM and its performance are the subject matter of this review. Are Patriot PDC1G5600ELK modules the fastest available or there’s a hitch somewhere?

And anyway, a good idea can never die. Not so long ago we spotted overclocker-friendly memory modules with a fantastic marking of PC5600, i.e. DDR700 SDRAM! The modules come from PDP Systems, the owner of the Patriot Memory brand. The release of DDR1 SDRAM modules that surpass many DDR2 SDRAM ones in speed provoked much enthusiasm among the overclocking community most of whom stick to the DDR1-based Athlon 64 platform.

We just could not remain indifferent, either. So, we got a sample of the product and will now try to check its properties in this review. The main question we are obsessed with among others is how did the manufacturer manage to build a much faster memory module than the competing products out of the same memory chips?

http://www.xbitlabs.com/articles/mem...ot-ddr700.html
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the real world tests show that DDR700 is not faster than DDR400 for AMD
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Nothing new in tech, sorting from TCCD.
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the real world tests show that DDR700 is not faster than DDR400 for AMD
it is a bit faster but not worth the cost.

But ddr700 at T2 seems to be a bit dull.
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1-2% is less than "a bit" and not worth the $$$
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