SyncMAX, TwinMOS and A-DATA we also have to give some credit to, as these modules simply performed quite well for their price and performance bracket they fell into. Super Talent did a good job of performance but still wasn’t exactly what we were fully hoping for. Our real disappointment was the Kingston HyperX which we found to be the least performing memory, though we didn’t have Core 2 to test the RAM on at the time, maybe it simply isn’t the right companion for the AM2 platform.
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Mega DDR-2 Memory Roundup – Finding an Overclocking King
Posted on Monday, September 11 2006 @ 4:17 CEST by Thomas De Maesschalck