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SDRAM comparison gepost. Dit is erg handige info wanneer je op zoek bent naar nieuwe DIMMs (vooral nu de geheugen prijzen weer aan het zakken zijn).
The beta Samsung PC133 modules were a tad more stable than the older SEC originals at the 133MHz FSB frequency, unfortunately they did not remain crashless as the Corsair-Micron PC133 samples did during the tests. The stability of the modules can definitely be expected to improve as they grow closer to their final release date, the thing to remember here is that the force driving the need for PC133 SDRAM is not Intel, in fact, Intel won't be abandoning PC100 for around 6 more months, instead, VIA will attempt to convince the industry that the move to PC133 now, is a wise one. Can VIA accomplish the task? For their sake, we'd like to hope so, however until then, the sweet spot for any SDRAM purchase is still the 124MHz mark. If you can run at 124MHz, you should be fine with your current setup, there's no need to lose sleep over not having true PC133 SDRAM just yet.