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Tuesday, February 17, 2009
Crucial PC3-10600 3GB DDR3

4. Conclusion

The Crucial PC3-10600 with part number CT3KIT12864BA1339 proved to be a very good memory solution that combines low retail price with a very good performance. The memory is rated at DDR3-1333 with CL9 at 1.50V, which sounds rather high and to be honest it is. Our tests showed that the memory can operate at DDR3-1333 with CL7 at 1.65V and reach the 1866MHz at CL9! That's a 533MHz overclock coming from a $65 memory package! If we had to complain about something it would be the lack of any XMP embedded profiles that would held inexperienced users overclock the modules easier.

Overall, another great performer by Crucial, properly priced and highly overclockable.




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