Legit Memory Reviews
DDR2 PC2-6400 (800MHz) 7-way Memory Showdown
|Product:||Seven PC2-6400 Memory Kits|
|Date:||Thu, Nov 17, 2005 - 12:00 AM|
|Written By:||Nathan Kirsch -|
For those who like a graphical view of the overclocking results this page is for you! Since memory is one of the critical pieces of hardware for one to overclock this might be a good page to benchmark.
First up we have the results graphed when overclocking the modules at relaxed CL5 timings.
Results: As you can clearly see five of the seven kits were able to run 1GHz or higher in dual channel mode at these relaxed timings.
Results: The SyncMAX eXpress memory once again took the top spot running an impressive 1,001MHz at CL 4 timings. The Kingston modules would not post at CL4 at 800MHz, so it was not included as it couldn't run these timings at its rated frequency. The rest of the modules hit right around 950MHz at CL4, which is impressive when most were rated CL5.
Next Page - Individual Conclusions
Page 1 - Same Frequencies, But Different Components
Page 2 - A-DATA Vitesta DDR2 800MHz
Page 3 - Corsair XMS Pro XMS2-6400 Memory
Page 4 - Crucial Ballistix PC2-6400 Memory
Page 5 - Kingston HyperX DDR2-800
Page 6 - Mushkin eXtreme XP6400 Memory
Page 7 - OCZ Technology PC2-6400 Memory
Page 8 - SyncMAX eXpress PC2-6400 Memory
Page 9 - Stability Testing at Default Settings
Page 10 - The Test Platform
Page 11 - Memory Performance Testing
Page 12 - SuperPi Mod / Game Testing
Page 13 - Overclocking The Memory Modules
Page 14 - Overclocking Graphs
Page 15 - Individual Conclusions