The CSX 3GB DDR3-1600MHz (CEC3-1600-3GB-3KIT) memory had functioned as expected, we ran into no stability problems, and it easily ran up to its DDR3-1600MHz rating. The real-world Linux performance was great and comparable to that of the OCZ 2GB DDR3-1333MHz Gold Kit, but if using an Intel Core i7 platform, you should be able to experience even greater results thanks to its triple memory channel support.
Compustocx may not be a familiar brand to many computer enthusiasts in the United States, but from our first encounter with CSX we are pleased.
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