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Mushkin Xp2 Redline 2 X 2gb On The Test Bench


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#1 jammin

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Posted 21 March 2008 - 09:56 AM

Check out the review here: http://www.overclock..._redline_2x2gb/

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Posted 22 March 2008 - 03:24 PM

solid review, ccokeman :)

I got these from Newegg earlier this week, and havent had opportunity to play a little until now. same kit as was reviewed - 2x2gb Mushkin Redline DDR2-1000. I say - Way To Go Mushkin!! with a little tweaking, these sticks helped me break my personal SuperPi and Geekbench records - and at a lower CPU clock! it should also be noted that my prior personal records were achieved using Crucial Ballistix - so I think it would be fair to say that anyone considering a RAM upgrade should heavily consider picking up a Mushkin Redline kit.

I'm gonna continue to play w/them throughout the weekend - I'd like to see if I can get these performing at the same high level with 1.9v, down from the 2.11v I used in the following screenshots. I'll also see how far I can push the speed on mine - more results to follow...

anyhow, to the screenies -

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