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PC2-5400 DDR Memory:Crucial, HyperX & OCZ
Posted by News-Bot on August 25th 2005

One of the best advices relating to computers is to never be anearly adopter. Other than the ridicules price tags, the performance gainfrom the first models of the newest generation of computer components overthe previous generation is usually minimal, if any. A current example ofthis is computer memory with the change from DDR to DDR2. While DDR2 has ahandful of technical advancements over DDR, its early model's (PC2-3200 andPC2-4200) speed and performance are easily matched by the latest DDRmodules. It is only at its third speed level of PC2-5400 that DDR2's speedis reasonably out of reach from DDR. In this review I will be examining thehigh performance line PC2-5400 dual channel memory modules from three ofthe biggest names in computer memory:the Ballistix from Crucial, theHyperX from Kingston, and the Gold Series from OCZ.

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