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Wintec Industries 4GB AMPX DDR2 1066MHz Extreme Dual Channel Memory  - PCSTATS.com Wintec Industries 4GB AMPX DDR2 1066MHz Extreme Dual Channel Memory
Thu, Jan 13 2011 | 12:01PM | Filed under: Memory| PermaLink Posted by: STAFF

"Modern day computing has seen its share of increases over the past decade. Each year components in the personal computer have become quicker by a substantial rate and it turns out Gordon Moore was almost correct in his thoughts regarding where the pace of continued development in the semiconductor industry was heading Take for instance double data rate synchronous dynamic random access memory or DDR SDRAM, the most commonly utilized choice of memory for modern day computers. It was only back in 2000 that we began to see how DDR SDRAM began to be the game changer over standard SDRAM and made all others before it obsolete. Fast forward ten years and today we are indeed seeing how DDR has evolved and are now in the DDR3 era. DDR1 is now obsolete while DDR3 is kingpin, however, where does that leave DDR2? Today I will review and share with you regarding a Dual Channel memory kit upgrade from Wintec Industries that will help you extract as much performance from your DDR 2 system configuration as possible. I present to you the Wintec Industries 4GB AMPX DDR2 1066Mhz Extreme Dual Channel Memory Kit (3AXT8500C5-4096K) review. This is a super long-term review with my thoughts on running this memory kit for close to one year now."

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