OCZ PC2-5400 Special Ops Edition Dual Channel Kit Pro Reviews
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|Overclock Intelligence Agency||---||Oct 16 '06|
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"Truth be told, there really is not much to these Special Ops Edition modules as they are a typical Limited Edition product. Like most limited edition cars for example, the badges are changed to something that looks a little more official and that is about the extent of it. Other than the unique looking Special Ops heatspreader that uses the OCZ XTC design, there is nothing that really distinguishes this PC2-5400 memory from the majority of PC2-5400 memory. The timings of CAS4-4-4-12 are quite average really, though they are decent timings for 1GB modules."
"The OCZ SOE PC5400 doesn't disappoint, in performance or in overclocking. The performance was excellent across the board. Overclocking these modules to DDR2-800 (400Mhz) required no extra voltage, only a slight change in timings from 4-4-4-12 to 4-5-5-12, so additional cooling isn't necessary. The results I've managed here make me wonder why these modules feature EVP for up to 2.2v, but overclocking results will always vary depending on the motherboard used, and can even vary between two sets of the same modules."