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GEIL Golden Dragon PC3500 DUAL Review
Posted by Philipp Esselbach on: 07/01/2003 09:28 AM [ Print | 0 comment(s) ]
SubZeroTech has posted a new Review "GEIL Golden Dragon PC3500 DUAL".
The recent DDR memory world had been shaken by finicky motherboards and unscrupulous modules; some people had difficulty getting even certain mainstream memory modules to work in name brand motherboards at normal and aggressive speeds. The uproar caused a lag in sales and created a population who were eager to upgrade, but leary about which memory to purchase. More importantly, the enthusiast market had no idea who to turn to in such tumultuous times for their overclocking needs. In the beginning no one was safe from the speculation but now GEIL has a new offering to add to the mix, and it looks to be a winner! There are of course three main ingredients to creating success in an ever critical enthusiast market: speed, price and looks. There are of course some manufacturers providing memory that stays well within spec while maintaining a reliable interface, a good example of this would be Crucial. Crucial currently offers some very decent modules at a reasonable price. However, as you well know as an enthusiast, someone who really puts some thought into their computer component purchases that you want to be able to do more than DDR 400 at CL 3, and you would darn well like to do it wearing something other than last season’s drag green PCB...