Gskill F1-4000BIU1 PC4000 2gig kit
Posted by: R.Bowzer on: 28.03.2006 00:00:00 [ Print | 0 comment(s) ]
"G. SKILL", established in 1989 by enthusiasts, is a leading memory Module Manufacturer based in Taipei, Taiwan. With traditional strengths, they have built excellent reputation by meeting market demand and fostering business competitiveness both locally and internationally with there dedications to Investing in human resource is just one of the reasons why G. SKILL is able to provide such high level of efficient and cost effective services.
G. SKILL is managed as a family, provides a dynamic, challenging and harmonious working environment for all employees. With the open-minded management, each individualís potential talent can be fully developed. With this clear goal of providing satisfactory services for customers, the R&D department is constantly developing the fastest and best performing products The customer base is considered as a worldwide range:
- Europe: Germany, United Kingdom, France, etc.
- Asia: Hong Kong, Malaysia, Singapore, Japan, Korea, etc.
- Middle East: Dubai UAE, etc.
At G. SKILL, top priority is the quality standard. All of its products are put through a series of rigorous tests and strict quality control procedures. In addition to commissioning qualified IC testing houses to test its products, all products are tested 100% to ensure the highest product yield and quality. G. SKILL strives for the highest and advanced quality from the initial design, through manufacturing solder-paste printing, and surface mounting, to on-line visual inspection, system compatibility testing, packaging and finally to shipping.
Today we are looking at the F1-4000BIU1-1GBHV 2-gig memory kit, this kit aims to deliver 500 MHz with 3,3,2,8 timings and I believe it would, going on the current buzz in the community. I think these should be up to scratch, but with lower timings than the Corsair we recently looked at, I do not believe there is going to be much clocking.† Here at Xtreme we do not like loosening the timings on High performance kits, as once you do that you may as well get the kit with looser timings and not the one we are reviewing and save a few pence/cents. Therefore, it will be interesting to see what we can get out of them with the out of factory 3,3,2,8 timings.
Next Page Presentation