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    Ocz Pc3700 El Gold Dual Channel Memory

    OCZ PC3700 EL GOLD DUAL CHANNEL MEMORY



    This review's primary objective was to investigate whether OCZ's impressive claims held true. It's nice when products work just as they were intended to. OCZ's EL DDR PC-3700 Gold memory is about as good as we've seen if high RAM MHz is your thing. The next real performance step, we feel, is to have PC3700 speeds with 2-6-2-2 timings. Is any memory manufacturer brave enough to oblige us ?????.



    URL: http://www.hexus.net/review.php?review=579



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    Not sure if its true but iv heard the PC4000 is out in USA soon so that will be class tho would any system actualy take the ocing power?

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    I have some Gold 4000 here ready to review

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    Always have to go one better , whats it clock like?

    Gold heatspreaders certainly look the job
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    Soon

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    Originally posted by Platinum
    Always have to go one better
    well....... if ya can...... ya might as well.....



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    I was told by a few people to avoid OCZ memory and based on the evidence they've provided, I bought a pair of them with some reservations. However, now that they're sitting inside one of my dual Xeon rigs, they're performing great!!
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    I'm about to buy some of the PC3200 with Alu spreaders for a new ABit NFS-7 so I hope that they are good RAM or else thats £119 down the drain Thank god for the RMA procedure
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    I have these... trust me they are the dogs boll'cks

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