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SO-DIMM 2GB PC2-5300 Roundup

4. Test Results - VISTA 32Bit

Under Windows VISTA 32Bit, we ran the same benchmarks to see if and by how much performance is affected when upgrading from 1GB to 2GB to 3GB etc...

First of all, let's see how the memory performs under VISTA. The 2x2GB configuration produces the highest score with an index of 4.8 Index. Both the Crucial and SuperTalent modules have the same index score:

In this test, SuperTalent is faster:

While with Sisoft Sandra, Crucial 2GB had the higher score:




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