OCZ's new DDR PC3000 memory is simply gorgeous. Its red PCB and matching heat spreader can turn even the most reserved geek's head.
So OCZ has nailed the looks, but does this fancy memory they have the personality to back it up? For PC hardware, a great personality manifests itself in stability and performance. It doesn't hurt if it's a cheap date, either.
Did our date with OCZ's DDR PC3000 memory live up to the claims of 366MHz at CAS 2.5? Would we go out with her again? Read on to find out.
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