TwinMOS DDR400 PC3200 Dual Channel
Posted by Hilbert Hagedoorn on: 09/26/2003 06:00 AM [ 0 comment(s) ]
I have to say that I am satisfied with TwinMOS's Dual Channel PC3200 memory kit, it's not brilliant for tweakers as we had a very hard time overclocking our system with it. This product is mainstream, people that do not want to fool around to much with aggressive BIOS settings and don't care about ramsinks etc. Next to that, it's dirt cheap !
Well, we have to sum it up: it's stable, doing DDR400 and very affordable. Recommended ! The test-system ran absolutely stable in the conditions we tested. We took the module from 400 MHz up-to 450 MHz with default SPD RAM timings and we did not have one single hiccup. As you have been able to witness TwinMOS's PC-3200 is in the exact same performance range as the OCZ is if you stay at default settings yet fact is that this memory is roughly 20-30 bucks cheaper than the competition.
So, if you have a mainboard that's Dual-channel capable and runs at an FSB that is interesting enough then by all means get this memory as it is really cheap and very stable. Dual Channel kicks ass as it'll get your system the memory bandwidth it deserves and that for only 75,- people.
Product: TwinMOS DDR400 PC3200 Dual Channel
Today we are going to review memory modules from TwinMOS, a dual channel kit with in it 2x256MB DDR PC3200 memory. The modules are based on the DDR400 specification is getting very popular.