All overclocker PC memory falls into two categories: one provides relatively low timings at a low maximum frequency like 233MHz (466DDR) and another allows working at 250MHz (500DDR) and higher, sacrificing timings. Both approaches are generally equal, providing similar performance under the same conditions, if we don?t specifically seek for exceptions to this rule.
The market is not yet accustomed to DDR500 and faster memory modules. However, there are several companies offering such products already ? just enough for us to carry out a comparative testing session. We picked up memory modules from six manufacturers: Corsair, GeIL, Hynix, Kingston, Transcend and SimpleTech.
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