e devices RAM1  eDevices PC3200 512MB Value DDR Memory

Even as users are starting to switch to 2Gb of system memory, 1Gb (512mb x 2) users still stand a larger proportion of the market. We have been looking at premium sets of memory for the past few months. Today, we are going to take a look instead at a pair of value RAMs under the brand name of eDevices. It may be lesser known compared to other makers such as Corsair, Kingston and GSkill. But I always say, don’t knock what you’ve never tried…

Even as users are starting to switch to 2Gb of system memory, 1Gb (512mb x
2) users still stand a larger proportion of the market. We have been looking
at premium sets of memory for the past few months. Today, we are going to take
a look instead at a pair of value RAMs under the brand name of eDevices. It
may be lesser known compared to other makers such as Corsair, Kingston and GSkill.
But I always say, don’t knock what you’ve never tried.

Before going further, I would like to say that this ram is full of surprises.
I will reveal the surprises as we go on. First and foremost, this ram is rated
to run at CL3-3-3-8 with 2.6v memory voltage. This pair of memory is actually
not a Dual Channel Kit. I just paired up 2 sticks so that they can run in dual
channel. The blue heatspreader reminded me of the Geil Value Ram.

e devices RAM  eDevices PC3200 512MB Value DDR Memory.

*This review is generously provided by our forum member Longsiew.