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Review : TwinMOS PC3200 256MB DDR

Posted on Wednesday, October 16 2002 @ 06:03:02 CEST by

Hexus has reviewed the TwinMOS PC3200 256MB DDR memory :
Memory manufacturer's have answered the needs of the enthusiast PC market and have decided to release PC3200 memory, which officially has no real specification. The governing body for PC memory specifications, JEDEC, does not have an official spec for PC3200/DDR400 memory and therefore PC3200 modules are usually made up from hand picked PC2700 chip's that have been tested at 200mhz speeds on various platforms.

Today we're reviewing such a module - the TwinMOS PC3200 memory module. You will notice the module doesn't come with any heat spreaders, this isn't really essential but can help to push the memory past rated speeds.

Review Link : Hexus



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