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Archive for November 17th, 2018

NVIDIA’s Quad SLI @ Bit-tech

Snip: We’ve been through multiple video cards and more driver revisions than you can shake a stick at. We discovered so many issues and bugs in the drivers that we weren’t sure where to start when it came to writing up this evaluation. Major games – like The Elder Scrolls IV: Oblivion and Call of Duty 2 – just don’t work as they should on Quad SLI. Any consumer buying Quad SLI right now is going to have a hell of a time trying to get their working acceptably. Full review @ Bit-tech



Patriot Memory 2GB PC4000 ELK @ Overclockers Online

Snip: Another review draws to an end and Patriot Memory has churned up a kit that matches the performance of the big leaguers while keeping its price at a very affordable range. Sticking to the stock timings, we were able to push the kit up to 260 MHz which is respectable for the Samsung UCCC but nothing spectacular for those making the jump from 1GB to 2GB. With AM2 and Conroe fast approaching, there’s no doubt that DDR2 is the future. DDR1 is slowly fading away and the time to go 2GB to keep your system running in the long run is now while the supply is high and the price of the PDC2G4000ELK is still nice and low. Full review @ Overclockers Online



OCZ EL PC-3200 Platinum XTC Edition 2GB @ ThinkComputers

Snip: OCZ, you know the name, you know what it means. To me, having two sticks of OCZ ram in my hand means I have some the best ram available today. It not only gives me bragging rights, it also gives me that edge over my competition and adds to the performance of my computer. Today for review I have a 2 gig kit of OCZ EL PC-3200 Platinum XTC Edition ram, I’m going to throw it up against some other low latency 2gig kits that I have on hand and see just what makes OCZ one of the best. Full review @ ThinkComputers





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