With the incarnation of 333MHz chipsets from VIA (KT333) and ALi (as seen in the Iwill XP333), as well as a multitude of PC2700 - compatible Pentium 4 boards, a number of memory manufacturers have seen fit to release PC2700, or 333MHz DDR memory. Early revisions were questionable at best, with a number of review sites having to result to high voltage just to hit the rated speed. Now that the standard has been approved by JEDEC, and has had time to mature a little, I figured a round up was now in order. Since the OCZ scandal on the Mad Onion forums started up about a month ago, It was brought to my attention just how many of you fear that manufacturers send us reviewers out cherry-picked review samples. Whilst I cannot say whether it is true or not, I decided that getting these samples from the retail division would ensure that I am getting the same stuff that you people will if you decide to purchase any one brand.
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