Does the hardcore gaming-focussed RAM impress?
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Breaking ranks with convention may be the norm for indie developers, but it's a rare occurrence for hardware manufacturers. When said conventions exist to tempt 'enthusiasts' it's a particularly risky move - making GeIL's decision to buck the trend with its Black Dragon memory so surprising.
Look at that. Less than £70 for 4GB of RAM. And as much as we love the technical geekery that makes DDR3 better than DDR2, this configuration outperformed the higher bandwidth rig in several key tests.