OCZ DDR2 Memory Group Test
Patrick "MACMAC" MacMillan
OCZ is a company that was created to cater to the enthusiast market. Therefore, it is no surprise that their memory and power supplies are among the most used by overclockers and gamers. Bit-Tech has just posted a three-way comparison of OCZ DDR2 memory kits.
They provide concluding remarks for each kit, but heres what they had to say about the OCZ DDR2 PC2-6400 SLI-Ready Edition kit:
Not only will these modules do CAS-3 at 800MHz but they should also do reasonably low latencies if you decide to upgrade to AMD's socket AM2+ processors when Barcelona launches, as its default memory bus speed is 1066MHz. If it was between these and the 1066MHz Reapers, we'd buy these modules every time. In general, if you are after for some good looking but cheap 2GB kit of 800MHz CAS-3 capable memory, we'd certainly recommend the OCZ SLI Edition memory.
It doesnt really matter what kit you choose, they all perform very well. The PC2-6400 SLI-Ready certainly provides the best bang-for-the-buck, and with todays memory prices, might as well pick up two kits for some 4GB goodness.
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