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Old 10th August 2008, 11:08   #1
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The only problem (as with all DDR3 modules) is it's price and availability on the market. The process of transition from old to new technology is always painful. And every couple of years the transition process in memory modules area is painful to accept. But if you're looking for the maximum performance and high speed modules - you really don't have a choice. The best thing that motherboard manufacturers can do for it's users is to manufacture motherboards with DDR2 and DDR3 slots for memory modules! But from what I know from before not much motherboard manufacturers include support for different memory standards. I really don't know why is this the case.

One last thing that is not helping the acceptance of DDR3 standard is the difference between Intel XMP standard and nVidia's EPP standard. You can read more about this on here.

I assume that in the months to come, memory manufacturers will produce separate product lines which boost performance on Intel chipset with XMP, while others will support nVidia's EPP standard.

For this takeMS DDR3 modules I can only say that it was a pleasure to work with. I haven't had any issues and with this low operating voltage (1.5v) they have stayed cool during several hours of work.

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