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Comparative of ten 2x1 GB DDR2-800 4-4-4 kits
by Marc Prieur
Published on May 15, 2007

Results in 4-4-4-12

We start with results in standard timings. As you can see six models reached 460 MHz at only 2.1V, and five of them attained 490 MHz at 2.25V (the A-Data, the 2 Corsairs, Crucial and the G.Skill HZ).

Three kits go as far as 510 MHz but with voltage from 2.35V to 2.45V. Just to remind you, DDR2 official specifications are at 1.8V, and for the long term we don’t recommend you going beyond 2.25V or even 2.35V with good ventilation.

At the back of the pack, there are the kits limited to 440-460 MHz whatever the voltage: the G.Skill PK, GeIL, Kingston and OCZ. If the PK is the only one stuck at 440 MHz, it is however at a normal voltage of 2V. Of course, we are beyond official specifications even at these frequencies, however, given the performances of other kits we could have expected a little more.

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