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Buffalo Technology FireStix PC2-8000 2GB DDR2 RAM Kit Review - Buffalo Technology FireStix PC2-8000 2GB DDR2 RAM Kit Review
Tue, May 15 2007 | 12:50AM | PermaLink Feedback?
"FireStix that a great name for overclocker's ram or what? In mid 2004 Buffalo Technology released the first FireStix branded RAM and since that time Buffalo has managed to keep pace with the ever increasing demand for performance memory. FireStix is designed to not only meet the needs of the latest motherboards and processors, but to exceed it. FireStix gives overclockers the means to tweak out every iota of CPU performance without sacrificing memory performance. Today we look at the FireStix PC28000CL5 2GB kit. While this isn't the absolute fastest ram produced by Buffalo, it is the fastest 2-gig matched kit available."
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