A few months ago I reviewed the Aeneon Xtune DDR3-1333 2GB kit from Qimonda. It was an impressive pair of memory modules from a company we'd never heard of. The kit was very flexible, gaining tighter timings at lower clockrates, and overclocked reasonably well, all at the PC3 standard of 1.5v.
Qimonda is the third largest manufacturer of DRAM in the world, and Aeneon is their retail division. Qimonda is a division of the German company Infineon Technologies. You may have seen the Aeneon name back in January or February of this year, several websites reviewed their DDR3-1333 memory.
Today I will be looking at Aeneon's latest PC3 kit, their DDR3-1600 2GB kit. It is rated at DDR3-1600, CL9, once again at the standard 1.5v. Will this new kit impress us as well as the earlier kit did? Continue reading to see.
Clock cycle time tCK(min): 1.25ns
Activate to read/write delay tRCO(min): 11.25ns(min.)
Row cycle time tRC(min): 45ns(min.)
Row active time tRAS(min): 33.75ns(min.)
Refresh row cycle time tRFS(min): 90ns(min.)
Single power supply: V00 = VDDQ 1.5V +/- 0.1V
DRAM Case Temperature TCASE (min/ max): 0C / 65C
- Dual channel kits are pair-tested on latest platforms
- Enhanced performance modes included in EPP2.0 and XMP profiles
- 240-Pin Dual Inline Memory Module (DIMM) with gold contacts
- High quality aluminium heat spreader to ensure cooler operating temperature
- Supports Intel XMP - Extreme Performance Profile on Intel X38/X48 platforms
- Supports Nvidia EPP2.0 - Enhanced Performance Profile on Nvidia SLI platforms
Aeneon's DDR3-1600 kit comes in a hermetically sealed hanging blisterpack. Nothing particularly special here, but who is worried about a memory kit's packaging anyway?
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