| Unreal Tournament 2003 Demo
Unreal Tournament 2003 is the sequel to 1999's
multiple 'Game of the Year' award winner. It uses the very latest Unreal Engine
technology - where graphics, sound and gameplay are taken beyond the bleeding
edge. Unreal Tournament 2003 employs the use of Vertex as well as Pixel Shaders
and it's recommended that you use a DirectX 8 videocard to get the most out of
the same in UT2003... The Kingston HyperX performs the same as the Corsair at
stocks and when overclocked gets a nice performance bump.
Not bad, not bad at all...
While still a newbie in the overclocking market, Kingston
have done very well for themselves with their
It's certainly nice to see more and more manufacturers embrace the overclocking
community by producing better parts which handle the riggor
of overclocking better.
If you're building a new high end system with one of the 400 MHz based
AthlonXP's or P4 C chips then you'll need some high quality memory to go as
well. It's nice to know that with a retail price of
about $158USD for two sticks via
the Kingston HyperX PC3500 will not
break the bank!
With a stock speed of 216 MHz with 2-3-3-7 timings we were able to push the
memory modules to 223 MHz, using more aggressive timings of 2-2-2-5 we could
only hit 216 MHz. While I'm still out on the issue of burn-in, many hardcore
overclockers out there tell me that the Kingston HyperX memory modules perform
better as they age.
On a side note, even though our memory modules were not specifically
designed to run in dual channel mode, they worked flawlessly together in both
nForce2 and i875P/i865PE based motherboards.
If you're looking for some new high quality performance memory modules see if you can get
your hands on some Kingston HyperX. It's not the fastest stuff on the market but
when you consider it's relatively low price, I'd say it is a pretty good
Thanks to ZeusPC for
providing the Kingston HyperX KHX3500 DDR to PCstats.com for review.
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