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Tuesday, April 20, 2004
OCZ PC-4200EL Memory Review

4. MSI Neo2 - FISR Test Results

OCZ PC-4200EL Memory - Page 4

- MSI Neo2-FISR Test Results

As we can see, the best read performance comes from FSB 272 MHz, while the best write from FSB 290 MHz. The FSB 270 MHz is very close and should be used for a stable system, while the tight timings (2.5-3-3-6) seem to offer significant performance improvement over the relaxed (2.5-4-4-7) as was expected.

Let?s now look at the Sisoft Sandra results!

The higher the FSB goes, the higher the memory performance we get as the above chart shows. The tight memory timings do impact upon memory performance, but when running the memory at its designed (and above) speeds, you get the maximum performance. The memory will work very well under 5:4 at both 280/290 MHz but with lower Unbuffered results (as expected since Memory is underclocked?)




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