Bij Overclockin hebben ze een roundup gemaakt van een stapel dimmetjes, ze hebben alle dimmetjes getest op de hoogste stabiele FSB die ze konden bereiken in alle drie de sloten op hun Abit BE6-II plankje in CAS2 en CAS3 :
As I mentioned earlier in the review, we also tested the memory in an Athlon based system. I've heard several reports of RAM compatibility problems in Athlon systems, but that didn't seem to be the case with any of the modules tested here. All the modules performed just fine in the MSI-6167 motherboard. That was definitely good to see.
[...] As you can see, the Mushkin memory performed significantly better than the other modules in the test at CAS2. Several of the DIMMs performed very well at the CAS3 setting though. If you were to pick up any of the modules in this RAM Roundup, you would have some memory that will perform well. The only concerns I would have with any of the memory would be possibly the Kingmax memory. Because of the issues with the ABIT BE6-II motherboard that was used in this (and both of the previous) RAM Roundup, you might run into problems with the memory on your system as well. I didn't see the issue on the other boards that the memory has been in, so don't let the results cause you to completely rule out the Kingmax memory. I would expect it to perform pretty well in most systems.
Verrasend genoeg zitten er grote verschillen in de hoogst bereikbare FSB als je het geheugen in verschillende sloten stopt (zie resultaten Kingmax geheugen), hoe dit kan weet ik niet maar het is wel vreemd dat de verschillen bij elk reepje verschillend zijn.