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Friday, April 09, 2010
Triple Channel memory kits are a good investment for Intel Core i7 systems. However, the test system for DDR3 memory modules is based on an AMD Phenom II processor and supports only the Dual Channel mode. We have some nice Triple Channel kits for the 10 years ocinside.de April 2010 drawing, so it is obvious to test them on the AMD system with three modules, two modules and one module. Let us have a look, how high the Crucial 3GB PC3-10600 Triple Channel DDR3 kit can be overclocked and if a purchase of the inexpensive Crucial 3x 1GB DDR3-1333 kit can be worthwhile also for an AMD Dual Channel system.
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