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Kingston PC3500 HyperX DDR Memory Review
Posted by Philipp Esselbach on: 07/10/2003 09:56 AM [ Print | 0 comment(s) ]
PC Stats has posted a Kingston PC3500 HyperX DDR Memory review
With the recent release of the nForce2 Ultra and the i875P/i865 based chipsets, there has never been a greater demand for fast, high quality, memory modules. Kingston is a name that's been long associated with quality memory products and late 2002 they released their "HyperX" line of memory specifically designed for overclockers and the performance enthusiast. While relatively new to the overclockers game, Kingston are starting to make a name for themselves, and even the most hardcore overclockers are slowly starting to adopt their memory modules. At this point, Kingston can easily stand in the same crowd as Corsair and Mushkin, but which company will take supremacy still remains to be fought over. T he Kingston HyperX KHX3500/256 memory kit is decently priced and rated to run with memory timings of 2-3-3-7-1 at 216 MHz FSB with only 2.5V. The two DIMM's we're going to be testing are not rated to run in dual channel mode but we had absolutely no problems running them in our Epox 8RGA+ (nForce2 IGP) test motherboard or other DC based mobo's.
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