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Tuesday, 15 December 2009 09:03

G.Skill Eco modules reviewed - 3 Overclocking

Written by Eliot Kucharik

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Review: Low voltage modules can be fast



When you are using overclocking modules you might want tighter timings, or higher frequency which don't always result in higher performance. We tried to go for the rated timings but with 1T. Both boards needed 1.42V which is still under the 1.50V barrier. Later BIOS-versions may result in better timings, but we were happy with our results.

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With AMD even tighter timings where possible

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