Super Talent PC2-8000 Dual Channel Kit Pro Reviews
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"With the Super Talent T1000UX2G4 memory kit, Super Talent has delivered DDRII memory with excellent clock speeds and enough headroom for getting that new Core 2 Duo to speeds that will spin your head."
"The SuperTalent PC2-8000's are best described as mid-range memory. They cost more than the lower end PC5400 / PC6400 dual channel kits, however, they do cost significantly less than the higher end very high speed/low latency modules. Given where they are in the price/performance range, I cannot help but be very well satisfied with their performance."
"With the ability to reach speeds up to DDR2-1132 or latencies as low as 4-4-4-12 when pumped with 2.4v the Super Talent T1000UX2G5 kit is certainly no slouch. The use of Micron D9 IC's has also gone a long way to ensuring that these modules will be a popular choice for the overclocking community, and also a 'safe bet' when maximum compatibility is required."
"The overclocking is great, the stock frequencies and timings are great, and the modules themselves look fantastic. The blue heatspreaders make these modules esthetically pleasing and seem to provide ample cooling because I was able to easily run at higher voltages. There isn't much else to say except that the Super Talent T1000UX2G4 are sure to continue to turn heads everywhere they go, as they have here today."
"The SuperTalent T1000UX2G4 2GB kit is a good overclocker with relatively tight 4-5-4-12 memory timings. In our tests, the DDR2-1000 DIMMs hit a speed of 1044 MHz. Loosening up the timings to 5-5-5-15, allowed the memory to reach 1160 MHz with 2.3V. Not bad at all! Supertalent's T1000UX2G4 compares well against Corsair and OCZ's best."