OCZ EL DDR PC-4000 2GB Gold Edition DDR RAM Kit Review

Posted on 2005-11-02 21:00:49 by LSDsmurf

Pimprig has a new review up on some beefy PC4000 RAM sticks from OCZ. Proof positive that newer games simply love phat sticks. :) Here is a snip from the review:

"More recently, the RAM sweet spot using Windows XP has been 1GB using a pair of 512MB DDR RAM sticks. Since the release of Doom 3 and Battlefield 2 though, many users are finding that using 2GB of RAM enhances game play and computer performance. There have been a few problems with going to 2GB though; first off was the availability and price of 1GB DDR sticks, since so many users opted to go with 4 512MB sticks of RAM. Unfortunately, some motherboards do not support DDR with 4 sticks, and others will kick the FSB speed down to 333 to reduce errors. Also, many people have limited success when trying to overclock a motherboard with 4 sticks of RAM in it even if they are matching sticks. Plus, there is the increased voltage requirement. OCZ recognized the issues and released a 2GB DDR memory kit that is rated up to PC-4000, so now you can have your cake and eat it too.."

Link: Pimprig

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