by Rob Williams on August 17, 2005 in Miscellaneous
OCZ has recently released some new memory geared for gamers. The memory comes clocked at DDR433 speeds, with tight 2-2-2-5 timings.. at a respectable 2.8v. We are going to see just how great this memory is, and how well it overclocks. So let’s get to it.
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When comparing the Ballistix PC4000 to the PC3500 Gold GX in the EVEREST tests, they come very close. Ballistix has a lower latency, and the Gold GX has higher write speeds. In SANDRA, the Gold GX performs amazingly and beats the Ballistix PC4000. Overall, these are great scores.
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