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Wednesday, January 24, 2007
It performed as advertised and ran flawlessly over its rated spec. We never had any stability issues at all during the entire testing. Mushkin has a solid reputation when it comes to producing stable DDR/DDR2 ram, and their XP2-8500 didn't disappoint us.
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Thursday, September 21, 2006
We mainly know Mushkin for making memory not power supplies. We have seen many memory companies like OCZ and Corsair successfully jump into the power supply market. We will see if Mushkin can do the same. Today we will be taking a look at the HP-550 power supply. From what Mushkin tells me this is more of a budget power supply for the normal user. We will see how it stacks up against the Antec SmartPower 2.0 500W power supply.
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Wednesday, May 17, 2006
With the XP2-6400 Mushkin has released their second generation of DDR2-800 memory. The memory comes with default timings of 4-4-3-10, which is a good deal better than most of the competition. The elegant black heatspreaders add to the looks of this memory. But this memory is not only about looks. The timings can be tightened down to 3-2-2-4. Relaxing them has an even better surprise for you - we reached DDR2-1104 at CL5...
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Friday, May 12, 2006
Today Mushkin writes a new chapter in the PC-Enthusiast saga bringing to the market their first ever Enhanced Power 650W Power Supply. How does it hold up when stressed by a high end AMD and Intel system? Let's find out...
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Tuesday, February 28, 2006
The Mushkin 2GB XP2-5300 Extreme Performance DDR2 Dual Pack is the latest DDR2 memory kit from Mushkin. As such, it comes with tons of improvements over their older models. It not only comes with a new heatspreader design, it also features better thermal tape. Both of these new features are designed to improve the thermal dissipation of these modules.This is important as these modules are meant to run at higher than normal voltages, and will therefore run much hotter than normal. While it is also available as a 1GB memory kit, you should really go for the 2GB kit. With games like F.E.A.R. requiring loads of memory, 2GB is really the way to go these days. Even Photoshop users will appreciate the advantage of having two gigabytes of memory...
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Wednesday, February 15, 2006
As value modules though, the HP3200 are superb. For someone who doesn't plan on overclocking, these offer great performance for the price point. Of course, as I tend to mention in every 1GB review, the 2GB era is here and that's where I recommend most people look. Even if you currently own a 1GB kit, adding another will force 2T timings, and 2GB kits are just so affordable now, that there's little reason to stick with 1GB now. If 1GB is your thing though, you will not go wrong with these modules, just don't expect to be overclocking!
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Monday, January 30, 2006
Mushkin Memory has brought low timings back to high density memory and the XP2-5300 modules feature the best price versus performance for any kit like it. We like these modules so much they get our first Editor's Choice Award for 2006 and should be on the top of the list when you go DDR2 shopping!
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Tuesday, October 04, 2005
The Mushkin eXtreme Performance 2GB XP4000 dual channel pack is one heck of a bottleneck reducer and one of the fastest set of Mushkin modules to pass through our test beds. Our system ran at a HTT of 250 MHz for the first time since we put this rig together and that says alot about the ram we have stuffed in this rig over the last few months. The Mushkin eXtreme Performance 2GB XP4000 comes with excellent stability, functionality and looks giving users a real world synthetic maximum read/write of over 7000 MB/s using the latest popular benchmarking utilities...
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Friday, July 29, 2005
The new heatsink provides a 58% increase in surface area and also allows for increased airflow to quickly remove heat. All this is being done without increasing the cost to consumers and at a time when innovation in the memory industry is lackluster to say the least...
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Thursday, July 14, 2005
In the XP4000 REDLINE, Mushkin have produced the fastest and most extreme latency DDR we have tested to date. Its overclocking feat is the best and will certainly make any nForce4 Athlon64 system deliver its maximum potential. Of course we had to raise the voltage to very high values, so what? To the true overclocker, performance is all that matters. Besides, UTT chips were meant to run at high voltages anyway. As long as you have active cooling, it shouldn't be problem according to Mushkin. That's why they also offer their lifetime warranty on these modules.
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Thursday, June 30, 2005
With a stock speed of 200 MHz and conservative timings of 2-3-2-6, the Mushkin HP3200 Redline doesn't look like anything special at first glace, but educated users know better. In our case the Mushkin HP3200 Redline test sample was able to hit an amazing 261 MHz while keeping 2-2-2-5 memory timings, but at a high voltage of 3.5V. At this voltage/speed, the HP3200 Redline got very hot and we definitely recommend users to actively cool the memory! With lax memory timings, the memory could run at a respectable 276 MHz, still very good...
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Sunday, June 19, 2005
If you want extreme performance dual channel modules capable of snuffing out the competition, then the REDLINE series are for you. Ultra low latencties at extremely high front side bus can be achieved with these modules! We maxed the DDR voltage output to 3.5 volts to run at these speeds, while the system was totally stable. The Mushkin HP3200 REDLINE is a state of the art high performance series module that allowed us to find untapped speed and stability on our DFI NF4 SLI-DR motherboard test rig. The over-clocking capabilities are simply amazing!
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Tuesday, June 14, 2005
The performance of these modules was impressive after benchmarking them on a number of applications. The memory bandwidth and number of frames per second in games both increased thanks to the tight timings. Out of the three Mushkin modules we tested during this review the winner is clear as the Mushkin Redline modules beat out the other two kits on every single benchmark. The Redline XP4000 modules are also the fastest 2-2-2 modules that we have had out of the box. Reaching 2-2-2-2; 1T at 510MHz, was once a long shot for the average consumer, but now it can be done easily with no major mods needed.
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Saturday, June 11, 2005
The Mushkin 2GB HP3200 Dual pack with its very agressive timings of CL 2-3-2 showed equal performance against a more "extreme" 1GB PC3200 dual pack. The module's tight timings at higher capacity allowed it to generate almost identical scores with the competition. Its stability was also very impressive as it never failed in any of our stress test. It's really a 2-in-1 combo. You get great gaming performance at very tight timings coupled with huge amounts of RAM for applications that need it. A definite winner wherever you look at it.
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Tuesday, June 07, 2005
The Mushkin 2GB HP3200 dual-channel memory kit delivers exactly what it claims - high capacity, tight timings, and a reasonable price. It clearly caters to enthusiasts who are looking for large capacity memory modules at reasonably good timings and affordable prices.
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