2007 is still the year of DDR2

Subject: Memory | June 4, 2007 - 11:36 AM |
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It is certainly true that DDR3 will soon become the memory of choice for Intel systems, as of yet it cannot beat DDR2's champions.  One of the best is OCZ's Reaper HPC PC2-9200.  With their new cooling method, pushing these DIMMs beyond their rated 1150MHz is quite easy, and the performance is absolutely top notch.  TweakTown shows you just how good they are in their review.

"Today we have OCZ’s next memory module set designed for the enthusiast who does not have the option or does not want to

run water cooling in their systems, this being the radically air cooled Reaper HPC edition memory running at PC2-9200 or

1150MHz DDR.""

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Source: TweakTown
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