The RAM ended up topping out at DDR2-960, most likely a limitation of the chipset which had to be highly overclocked to reach that speed to begin with. Sadly, the review did not have any comparisons to DDR, which would put things in a different light. With a vast increase in clockspeed, though, came a substantial increase in performance. With modules already being rated as high as 1000 and 1066MHz, DDR2's time to shine may be just around the corner
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