Patriot PC2-5300 2GB DDR2 Memory -
Now we begin the benchmark portion of this article, but first let me show you our test system plus the software we used.
AMD64 Athlon FX-62
GeForce 7800 GTX
2048 MB Patriot PDC22G5300LLK CL 4-4-4-12 timings DDR2 667
Power Supply Unit
OCZ Technology Modstream 520W
2x Dell 2405FPW - up-to 1920x1200
OS related Software
Windows XP Professional SP2
DirectX 9.0c End User Runtime March update
NVIDIA ForceWare 91.27 beta
NVIDIA nForce 500 platform driver 9.34
Software benchmark suitePCMark 2004
Half Life 2
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Patriot Pyro SE 240GB SSD review
Patriot wanted to release another SSD, something a little over the top and as such that meant releasing the Pyro SE SSD. While based on the SandForce 2281 controller Patriot did apply some tweaks to make the product even faster. To keep it up to snuff it comes with synchronous NAND flash memory. According to Patriot that will increase its sequential read and write performance to 550MB/s and 520MB/s.
Patriot SuperSonic Magnum USB 3.0 flash drive review
Patriot Memory recently released a USB stick, all 3.0 compatible and it's called the SuperSpeed Magnum. That surely hints towards a nice caliber. We test the 64GB version of this model, and their Magnum .. well it's the fastest and most l33t little fracker your money can get you with read performance of 200 MB per sec.
Patriot WildFire 120GB SSD review
We look at an offering from Patriot memory, they added two new SATA 3 (SATA 3 6Gs) SSDs in their WildFire lineup, the WildFire in 120GB & 240GB capacities (480GB coming as well), All SATA 3 of course. Both drives come with that already famous SandForce SF-2281 controller to deliver at up to 550 MBps read and 510 MBps write speeds.