Klein on May 22, 2000
Memory Systems Product: HSDRAM
through forums and checking out what people are purchasing for
new systems, a question that pops up a lot is what brand and
type of memory is good at certain speeds.
There are various types of memory available.
Most of what you will see comes from distributors such
as Kingston, PNY, Corsair, or Mushkin.
These are just a few of the most well-known computer
memory distributors. Another
company that is becoming increasingly popular is Enhanced
product, the HSDRAM, there has been a lot of talk in the
overclocking community. As
the bus speeds of Intel's processors increase with the current
multiplier locks, it becomes increasingly harder to overclock
the Pentium III processor.
Another advantage of the HSDRAM is stability when using
a 133MHz front side bus Pentium III in a VIA133A based
motherboards for the Pentium III CPU are very popular among
people as an alternative to Intel's i820 chipset based
using an i820, you have to either use the memory performance
crippled SDRAM slots, or use the very expensive RDRAM memory.
133MHz motherboards, you don't have to settle for sub standard
memory performance, or sacrifice stability when working with
SDRAM. It is true
that the BX would give better performance with SDRAM on the
133+MHz FSBs, but it can be hard on some AGP video cards since
the BX chipset was not totally designed with the 133MHz bus in
mind. Those of us that can take advantage of the great memory
performance on BX motherboards on high FSBs will be happy to
know that the EMS HSDRAM comes up a winner with this
Makes HSDRAM Better Than the Rest?
hearing from a lot of people the question of "Why should
I choose HSDRAM for my system"?
It may be true that another brand of memory will take
you to the bus speed that you want, but when you do that it's
like a gamble. You
may never know what speed you can get from certain brands of
memory chips until you plug it into your system.
HSDRAM, your pretty much guaranteed certain memory speeds.
This is why a lot of people choose to purchase the EMS
HSDRAM. They know
what to expect when they buy the memory.
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