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Thursday, May 24, 2007
Mushkin's XP2-8500 4 GB DDR2 memory is the only kit on the market that can run DDR2-1066 in a 4 GB configuration. While other manufacturers have to use CL6 @ 800 MHz, Mushkin can use CL5 @ 1066, at around 2.30 V. Having 4 GB of system memory may soon be the recommended configuration when running the memory-hungry Windows Vista. The only drawback of this memory is its price: $679.
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Monday, April 02, 2007
Mushkin shows with their current XP2-8500 DDR2-1066 memory modules that it's possible to get high performance for low money. Because ocinside.de was able to overclock an AMD Athlon 64 3000+ Socket AM2 CPU to approx. 3000 MHz and the enormously high memory overclocking up to 600 MHz (DDR2-1200) was an important factor for these results. If you're using a DDR2 motherboard with some overclocking options, you shouldn't miss this Mushkin XP2-8500 Review.
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Thursday, February 08, 2007
Oh yeah, you've got plenty of headroom for overclocking. For ram rated for 5-5-4-12 timings, the XP2-8500 performs extremely well at CAS 4 timings pushing all the way up to 1044 before failing. On this particular board, I'd probably opt for the tighter timed Mushkin Redline sticks rated at PC-8000 as you'll see better performance at peak performance levels. But if you have a board that can handle the higher speeds and you are pushing the ragged edge, the XP2-8500 is a great choice. Either way you go, the Mushkin XP series is an awesome performer.
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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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