OCZ has been launching some amazing kits lately, and this one is no exception. In our tests, we have managed to bring this modest DDR2-900 up to DDR2-1140 speeds and still retain some great stability.
I have yet to break 10K in Everest on AM2, but I have come close. Once again, note the top results. The VX2 and EPP 7200 come so close, it’s scary.
In terms of latency, 40ns is what you expect to see on DDR1, so to see it here is great. Even at DDR2-800, the latencies are nothing to scoff at.
This is a cramped graph, yes. I did not want to go overboard with 10 graphs in a simple memory review, so I merged all three results here into one. Between both the 7200 and VX2, my personal record of 9457.88MB/s in Sciencemark was set, which was nice to see. Though the VX2 take home the 3D Mark and Sciencemark crowns, it seems to fall slightly short in the PC Mark run, for whatever reason.