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Mushkin PC3700 Dual Pack Review

Date: 2005-2-15

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   All of a sudden, it seems, your socket 478 Pentium 4 or your Athlon XP just isn't that cool any more. With 939 and 775 having been available for some time now, a lot of systems- many of which a...

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All of a sudden, it seems, your socket 478 Pentium 4 or your Athlon XP just isn't that cool any more. With 939 and 775 having been available for some time now, a lot of systems- many of which are only a year or two old- seem quite antiquated. What can you do about this?

You can hardly ever go wrong with a memory upgrade. If you are running just 512MB of memory or you are using value RAM, your system could probably use a shot in the arm. How about some DDR466 from Mushkin? This 2x512 memory kit could definitely breath some life into an old system but it would also be perfect for your new Athlon64, or 915-based 775 system.

This review will be taking a look at Mushkin's new PC3700 offering and see how it stacks up in a highly competitive market.

Mushkin PC3700 Dual Pack Review





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