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GSkill F2-6400CL4D-2GBHK Review

Package actually comes with a glow-in-dark GSkill Sticker, which one may wish
to stick on the PC Case, shown above very slightly visible in the light.

 

Light Grey heatspreaders employed on this pair.

 

Let’s head on to the performance tests:

Platform
Test Setup

CPU

Intel
Core 2 Duo E6300

Motherboard

ASUS
P5B Deluxe Intel P965 Chipset

Memory

2
x 1GB GSkill F2-6400CL4D-2GBHK

Graphics
Card

XFX
7800GTX

Hard
Disk Drive

Seagate
80GB Barracuda SATA Hard Disk Drive

PSU

OCZ
520w PowerStream

Operating
System

Windows
XP Professional SP2

 

I started off at a low voltage point of 2.1v and with the default Latency of
CL4-4-3-5 (which is considered pretty decent Timings for DDR2).

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2.25v gives a big yield transiting from 2.15v, so you can see that the rated
mark of 2.1v is close to the "high-efficiency" mark.

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510MHz at CL4-4-3-5 with just 2.3v is very nice results for a pair that is
not assigned to the "Uber-Fast & Uber-Expensive" task force. To
proceed from here, I had to loosen the latency to CL5-5-5-15:

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Immediately, she went to 551MHz stable at the same modest 2.3v!

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