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Wednesday, October 01, 2008
Crucial PC3-14400

4. Final words

Crucial describes the new PC3-14400 memory kit as a 2x1GB memory solution for the DDR3 platform that offers 1800MHz and 8-8-8-22 @ 1.90V. The reality is that the modules offers much lower cache latencies and overclocking margins that extend beyond our initial expectations, at least when installed on an Nvidia 790i SLI motherboard.

 

The retail prices of DDR3 memory have really dropped lately and you get a 2x1GB of DDR3 memory kit that can easily reach 1000MHz with CL8 for just $206. Now if that isn't a true bargain what else would be? We cannot find any issues with the BL2KIT12864BE1808 product, since it delivers what it promises and even more...




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