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Patriot PVS22G9200ELK 2GB DDR2 PC2-9200 memory kit review
While we've covered vast swathes of hardware over the past few years here at Elite Bastards, rather oddly one thing that we've never taken any time to review is system memory. I'm sure I don't need to patronise anybody reading this with an explanation of why memory is important from a performance perspective, so let's cut to the chase.
Today, we'll be taking a look at a 2GB DDR2 memory kit courtesy of Patriot that promises high performance and overclockability aplenty with support for both relatively high clock speeds and voltages. Thus, we'll be taking a look at just how much performance can be eked out of a system with this memory in place, as well as how it compares to running 4GB of slower memory in your system to beg the question of whether quality or quantity is more important in this particular field.