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Old March 11, 2007, 07:35 PM
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Default Tech Gage reviews: Kingston 2GB HyperX PC2-9200

TechGage is so 'with it' that this review was actually written tommorrow!
Rob finds that their performance is not quite up to the corsair and flex modules of the same class, but they're cheaper and so are a great value.

"The memory market is constantly moving and leaves the customer to make a tough choice. It's hard to wade through all those kits on your favorite e-tailers site and know which is the best. That's why we evaluate them for you, so you have a good idea before handing over a few Benjamins. If you are not into overclocking, the choice is made easier though. Find the right price and one with a heatspreader you like and you should be golden. Of course, warranties could come into play as well.
We've taken a look at close to thirty kits of memory in our two years of existence. Some from OCZ, some from Corsair and the rest from other smaller known companies. Today we are taking a look at a new kit from Kingston and although they are far from being unknown, they are not usually the first choice when it comes to performance memory. Kingston is actually larger than Corsair and OCZ combined, so you'd imagine they have a solid grasp on how to make good memory with quality, high-binned chips."

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