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Old 21st February 2007, 15:08   #1
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Default Kingston PC6400CL4 and PC8500CL5 2GB Memory Kits Review

When it comes to high performance memory, Kingston has a name to keep up in the business. We already took some of the memory kits from Corsair, Team Group and OCZ for a spin, but Kingston was noticeably absent. About time we set this right, and we do this today by looking at two of their products: the PC6400CL4 and PC8500CL5, both 2Gb memory kits. Let's see how they stack up against some fierce competition.

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Go for the lowest price point is still the best choice?
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best choice for who? If you're concerned about your budget, going for lowest price point is always the best choice
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Indremental Money spent versus incremental performance/value received.
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for none OC'ers, this article still is true
http://www.madshrimps.be/gotoartik.php?articID=472

cheapest PC6400 DDR2 ram more than enough to satisfy COre 2 bandwidth needs
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Agree; unless you get a processor that can do +500 FSB everytime, finding mobo and memory become secondary and relatively easier than the formal.
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I think most E6300 can reach 500+, just need a mobo that can do it
having negative FSB:MEM divider also helps
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