Super Talent T1000UX2G4 PC2-8000 Memory Review

Super Talent T1000UX2G4 PC2-8000 Memory Review

MA Labs Supertalent are challenging the old guard with surprising set of enthusiast grade RAM. In this review, PCSTATS will be testing Supertalent' 2GB kit of T10000UX2G4 modules, paced at a friendly DDR2-1000 level. SuperTalent's latest memory, a pair of 1024MB T1000UX2G4 modules, has some pretty impressive specifications. The 2GB PC2-8000 memory kit is rated to run up to 1000 MHz with CAS Latency timings of 4-5-4-12.

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