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PC150 SDRAM Review

Abstract: Based on a 6-layer PCB, the sticks are supposed to use hand picked Infineon chips capable of 150+ speeds.
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External Mfg. Website: OCZ Oct 16 2001   Colin Sun  
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Sandra Benchmarks

Anyway, here are the Sandra scores, it's really good for testing theoretical bandwidth.

170 MHz

150 MHz

Even at 150 MHz bus, the memory bandwidth can easily compete with DDR. At 170MHz, it's almost bliss! Sorry, that's geek talk!

It's nice to have so much memory bandwidth, but does that translate to better gaming performance? After all, that's what we're all interested in. Up next is 3DMark2000. It's an older DX7 based benchmark, but still proves its worth as a good indicator of how DX7 based games will react.

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Contents of Article: OCZ PC150 SDRAM
 Pg 1.  PC150 SDRAM Review
 Pg 2.  — Sandra Benchmarks
 Pg 3.  3DMark 2000 / 2001 Benchmarks
 Pg 4.  DX7 Benchmark - MDK2 & QIII
 Pg 5.  Conclusions

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