Super Talent Project X 2GB DDR3-1800
|Super Talent Project X 2GB DDR3-1800|
|Super Talent DDR3-1800 - Test Results|
|DDR3 Comparison - Sisoft Sandra Testing|
|DDR3 Comparison - Everest Ultimate Testing|
DDR3 is relatively new, but is slowly gaining more and more users. We've already had the chance to take a look at DDR3 from Aeneon (Reviewed Here) and Crucial (Reviewed Here), and today we are going to look Super Talent's Project X memory, clocked at 1800 Mhz.
The Super Talent Project X memory claims to be "The World's Most Advanced DDR3 Memory", and with some super tight latencies, it very well might be. In this review we will put this memory through the ringer and see how it matches up to offerings from other DDR3 manufacturers.
My first impression was, "Wow, that's a heavy duty heatspreader". That's the biggest thing you notice, until you look at the specs and notice the very low latencies that this memory runs at, and when compared to most other DDR3, it's pretty impressive. Other than that, there isn't much else to be said about it looks-wise, so let's get on with the testing to see how this stuff performs.
Super Talent Project X DDR3-1800 - Packaging Front
Super Talent Project X DDR3-1800 - Packaging Back
Super Talent Project X DDR3-1800 - Front View
Super Talent Project X DDR3-1800 - Front and Rear View
Super Talent Project X DDR3-1800 Memory Specifications:
- 2 x 240-pin DDR3 DIMMs
- Non-ECC, Unbuffered
- 2GB kit ( 2 x 128Mx64)
- DDR3-1800, 7-7-7-21 Latencies
- Project X extreme heatsinks - front and back
- SPD: DDR3-1066, 7-7-7-18
- Made in USA
- Super Talent Lifetime Warranty