OCZ PC2-6400 Special Ops DDR2 2gb Kit

Everest & SuperPI

Everest & SuperPI Results

The results below show that just by simply tweaking the latency settings down to 4-4-4-10, the Everest Write benchmark gained a health improvement of over 200mb/s. However, the best results came when the Special Ops was overclocked up to DDR2-930 showing massive improvements in both the Everest read and write scores along with a 2 second drop in SuperPI time compared to the stock settings.

Everest Read Results Everest Write Results

Everest Latency Results SuperPI 1m Results

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09-10-2006, 10:34:27

JN
"Fed up of boring looking memory sticks? Don't want your PC to be seen while you are in the Jungle? Maybe you're just a gamer in need of some high performance DDR2? Enter the OCZ Special Ops PC2-6400 2gb kit..."

Linkage

09-10-2006, 10:37:00

FarFarAway
Quote:
Originally Posted by name='XMS'
Don't want your PC to be seen while you are in the Jungle?
*still recovering from laughing*

mwahahahaha :rollingla

*gasp*Ye they OC ok*gasp*

09-10-2006, 10:38:49

WC Annihilus
Quote:
Originally Posted by Kempez
*still recovering from laughing*

mwahahahaha :rollingla

*gasp*Ye they OC ok*gasp*
O god, I just noticed that :rollingla Look nice

Edit: O quick note, the 1st 2 pics on the 1st page are links instead of pics

09-10-2006, 10:48:54

JN
Quote:
Originally Posted by WC Annihilus
O god, I just noticed that :rollingla Look nice

Edit: O quick note, the 1st 2 pics on the 1st page are links instead of pics
Eh? The pics display fine for me. Can u not see them?

09-10-2006, 17:04:44

ionicle
:rollingla :rollingla :rollingla Back garden picture! :rollingla :rollingla :rollingla

10-10-2006, 00:22:44

WC Annihilus
Quote:
Originally Posted by name='XMS'
Eh? The pics display fine for me. Can u not see them?
Well, it was at school, so I wouldn't be too surprised if it was just those comps being dumb (actually, I would bet on it really, heh). At home now, can see em fine

10-10-2006, 14:26:43

kimandsally
One thing that I often think about is the special heatspreaders are then coverd on each stick with the warranty and data sticker, I wonder how much difference it would make if they were taken off?

10-10-2006, 16:40:44

FarFarAway
Not that much tbh I don't think

11-10-2006, 05:41:08

PV5150
Great review again Jim, and the price is certainly very appealing
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