Four-way DDR3 1333MHz Comparison
Patrick "MACMAC" MacMillan
Although prohibitive pricing has turned DDR3 into a luxury few can currently afford, it is still the memory type of the future. As such, Legit Reviews has posted a terrific little roundup of DDR3 1333Mhz memory kits from Corsair, Kingston, OCZ and Super Talent.
Heres what they had to say:
"After taking a look at these four DDR3 kits it's clear that the Kingston HyperX PC3-11000 is the clear choice as it overclocks the highest at tight timings and won more benchmarks than any other kit. The fact that it's also the lowest priced kit of the ones that are available doesn't hurt anything either!"
Corsair and others have boasted at being able to produce modules rated a 1833/2000Mhz, however Kingston is definitely the current leader when it comes to DDR3, particularly in the low-latency sector. In fact, they have very recently announced impressive PC3-11000 CL 5 memory kits, although at the frightening price of $400USD per Gigabyte! Just for your general knowledge, it is forecasted that not until mid-2008 will DDR3 prices start to decrease massively.
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