OCZ PC2-6400 Gold Dual Channel Kit Pro Reviews
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"...I can definitely say that this memory isnt the best performer I have ever had the pleasure of reviewing, but it does pack a punch. They will allow the limits of any system to be pushed and will put you within 66MHz of 1GHz memory for less money than the competition. All in all, it was very stable memory when I began overclocking, and it maintained its stability throughout the tests."
"Were also pleased to report that these sticks were completely stable throughout our testing and regardless of how long or hard we tested them there was never once a memory related issue. When you add to this that the sticks are actually under warranty at a higher spec of 2.2v and that they come with a lifetime warranty you should have no concerns about them lasting you a long, long time. In fact you may even find yourself keeping them for longer than your CPU or GFX card."
"Overall, I am very impressed with how flexible and stable these memory modules performed throughout the testing phase. These OCZ modules certainly give DDR2 a little more leverage over DDR performance wise. From what I can gather, these DDR2 PC2-6400 Gold memory modules are also quite well priced."
"OCZ has produced a cost effective product which runs as advertised at 800MHz. If you have a motherboard with the correct dividers this is a product I can recommend."
"If youre only going to be running at default speeds, i.e. 400MHz or 533MHz, then performance wise its best to go for something with lower timings. But, this PC2-6400 isnt geared towards the low end performance crowd, its geared towards the overclocking community looking to take their Intel platform to the brink. The 800MHz capabilities at 1.90V should be more than enough to garner some attention from the overclocking crowd. Our Intel i955X board held up with these modules running at 800MHz, and even with the max of a +4% gain, we still had stability leaving these PC2-6400 Gold modules with room to breathe. This is some serious speed, and only the 1GHz modules out there can compete."