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OCZ EL DDR PC3700 Gold Memory Sticks Review
Posted by Philipp Esselbach on: 07/22/2003 11:34 PM [ Print | 0 comment(s) ]
OcPrices.com has reviewed the OCZ EL DDR PC3700 Gold memory sticks.
The Canterwood and Springdale have radically changed the high end memory market. When the i845PE was king, even PC3500 was mostly overkill, as most boards had the proper 4:5 memory ratio for DDR 333, so even at 160mhz FSB, which is near limit for most P4B processors, memory speed would still be only hitting 400mhz. The new chipsets and the new 800mhz bus Pentium4s have changed all that. PC3500 went from overkill to necessary for serious overclocking, and even faster memory has been introduced. Today well be looking at one of the new PC3700 Gold series from OCZ