by Rob Williams on June 8, 2006 in Memory
Are you into combat games? Of course you are. Battlefield II, Call of Duty II… they are all over. OCZ has just released a new kit with their XTC spreader dressed up in some camouflaged. Because these are value modules, overclocking is a gamble. Let’s see if these are as fast as they are stylish.
So now that we got the non-overclock ability out of the way, let’s see if it’s stock performance keeps up to par with others on the market.
To test out the modules, I used the usual variety of benchmarking tools:
SANDRA is by far one of the most popular memory benchmarking tools out there, and for good reason. The reason I personally like it, is because you have the option of tweaking countless settings in order to benchmark to your liking. I run benchmarks using default settings in addition to unbuffered.
I am impressed with the stock speeds, to say the least. It beats out some other PC2-6400 2GB kits I have on hand, by around 50 points. Good stuff.
The same goes for here… very nice stock speeds.