DDR-400 memory has been one of the most talked about memory standards since the introduction of DDR. While 400Mhz DDR memory still isn't a JEDEC endorsed standard, companies have already begun to release memory modules running at 400Mhz.
Recently we took a look at our first DDR-400 memory module, Kingmax's DDR-400 DDR SDRAM module - We now take a look at two other memory modules that have arrived in our labs and have tested them against a well known competitor, Corsair XMS3000.
Yes we do know that Corsair XMS3000 isn't DDR-400 rated, although many people have had excellent luck and bandwidth results with this memory, which is why we have used it as a mediator. So come with us as we see who will take the crown.
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