You have to pay more for platinum

Subject: Memory | December 14, 2006 - 11:29 AM |
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R&B Mods tests OCZ's 1066MHz DDR2 Platinum modules.  They come clocked with 5-5-5-15.  They manage to push the FSB from 200 to 240, but couldn't tighten the timings beyond 5-5-5-14 on their MSI K9N Neo-F testbed.

"More demanding games and software forcees the hardware manufacturers to make faster products, of course the ram

is an important part of the computer and today we will review one of these memory kits from OCZ. Their memory has

performed extremely well in our previous tests and it will be interesting to see if this new PC2-8500 Platinum kit

can do the same. We are going to compare it vs another OCZ kit in both normal use and overclocking to see how well

this one does. "

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