Z68 DDR3 Memory Roundup July 2011

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Z68 DDR3 Memory Roundup July 2011 featuring Patriot, Corsair, Crucial, Kingston and G.Skill Memory Kits

Z68 Memory Roundup – July 2011
featuring Corsair Vengeance, Crucial Ballistix, Kingston HyperX, Patriot Division 2 Viper Xtreme and G.Skill RipjawsX

Last month, for the first time in a while, we took a look at various different memory products which were designed for Intel’s X58 architecture and found that there are a number of great kits available from a number of manufacturers. Whether it is capacity, speed or low energy use there was something for everyone and the various approaches created an interesting comparison. Not everyone has access to an X58 system though so today we are going to look at Intel’s mainstream chipset and put 5 different kits through their paces in a selection of real world and synthetic tests on Z68.

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