Ok now for overclocking. Leaving the multiplier at 10x I continued to bump up the frequency until I reached my cap. I ran Prime95 over night to make sure the system was stable. I even bumped the voltage up a bit, but I was only able to get a 124Mhz overclock out of the modules. This is an alright overclock, but I wish I could have got more out of these modules but I was unable to.
These modules did perform well and I had no problems while testing them. The other OCZ memory performed better, but it's all about what you are going to use the memory for. If you are going to have a CrossFire system then I would definitely go for the ATI CrossFire certified memory. Even if you do not have a CrossFire system and you are a fan of ATI you have to love the look of these modules. The heatspeaders look awesome and will bring a smile to any ATI fanboy's face. ThinkComputers give the OCZ PC2-6400 2GB ATI CrossFire Dual Channel Memory an 8 out of 10 score.
- ATI CrossFire Certified
- Good Performance
- Awesome looking heatspreaders
- Better performing memory available from OCZ
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