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OCZ PC3500 Enchanced Bandwidth Platinum Review Posted!
« on: July 25, 2004, 02:37:15 PM »
A while back I snagged some OCZ EB Platinum PC3500 from  I've finally posted a review of this stuff.  Head on over and check it out if you want to find out what makes it "Enhanced" and "Platinum".  It may help you decide what or what not to buy the next time you go RAM shopping.

Here's a quote to get you started:

As CPU's and Graphics cards get faster, more stress is put on the computers subsystem. Memory Bandwidth is suddenly a much larger deal that it was back in the days of the P3 and Athlon "Thunderbird". Today, latency and bandwidth are things to be sought after like crown jewels, and without them, a rather smokin' gaming rig or server is reduced to a mid-range system. In this review we're going to take a look at the OCZ PC3500 Enhanced Bandwidth kit on a nForce 2 system, and see how it compares to some of their PC3200 Rev.2. Stick around and see if it's worth your hard earned green.

Please feel free to post your thoughts and comments right here.
« Last Edit: July 31, 2004, 11:24:30 AM by Zeus »