Mushkin HP2-6400 2 x 1GB DDR2
Written by Michael Larabel in Memory on 27 October 2006. Page 5 of 5. Add A Comment

Conclusion:

With AMD having finally adopted DDR2 modules for their Socket AM2 this summer, the supply for high-performance DDR2 modules are in great demand. We have seen many marvelous DDR2 kits this year, and while our system was limited in the stable overclock we were pleased by the performance of the Mushkin HP2-6400 memory. While the Corsair XMS2-6400 Dominator memory modules are timed at 3-4-3-9, the 4-5-4-11 timings of the Mushkin should be adequate for the non-overclocking extremists. The prices for these Mushkin HP2-6400 modules is approximately $150 USD for a single 1GB stick while it's $310 for the 2 x 1GB pair we had in our labs. These prices are certainly fair for the competitive timings and performance.

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