Dit is een update van de review van maart. In deze update worden meer 133 Mhz. reepjes getest.
In AnandTech’s March ‘99 SDRAM Comparison it was quite clear that achieving great stability at the 133MHz FSB frequency was quite difficult. With the only SDRAM featured in the comparison able to make it up to 133MHz at 100% stability being the pricey EMS HSDRAM modules, the outlook for VIA’s upcoming 133MHz chipsets did not look too great. Luckily, for VIA’s sake and for the sake of the upgrading population out there, there are some enhancements being made in the search for true PC133 SDRAM. After supplying AnandTech with the Samsung based SDRAM modules from the March ’99 SDRAM Comparison, Corsair Microsystems decided to pursue a different avenue for their products. Instead of using Samsung modules as the basis for their SDRAM modules of above average stability, Corsair went back to the old days and pursued a once very well known memory chip manufacturer, Micron, to help with the production of their next-generation PC133 SDRAM modules.
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