Corsair XMS3000 DDR Memory Review

Cheers Rancho for the heads up on this review over at our buddies Warp2search. Heres a blurb from it..

With new motherboards based on the VIA KT333 chipset being already available in small quantities also DDR333 memory modules are starting to roll in. Fortunately the new PC2700 rated memory is backwards compatible with existent motherboards based on either KT266 or the KT266A chipset introduced in Q4 2001 as well as AMD or SiS based boards. The main advantage of DDR333 is that it is officially rated for a 166Mhz FSB which makes it also admirable for performance geeks and overclockers. Corsair Memory has supplied us with a 256Mbyte RAM module that we are going to take a look at on the following pages. Due to the lack of a KT333 based motherboard or similar, tests were conducted on an Abit KR7A-RAID utilizing the KT266A chipset from VIA.

View: Corsair XMS3000 DDR Memory Review @ Warp2search

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