SyncMax 800 Express PC2-6400 DDR2
Posted by: Rchiilleea on: 06.02.2006 01:00:00 [ Print | 0 comment(s) ]
The SyncMax product starts with Concord Idea Corp who are a designer, manufacturer and distributor of PC memory and PC memory-related products, with an emphasis on delivering value and performance. they have earned a reputation as a leader in the highly competitive PC module industry and continue to engineer superior products, sold under the SyncMax brand name, to keep Concord Idea Corp. at the forefront of PC memory technology.
There goal is to increase there worldwide presence as an innovative designer and quality manufacturer of computer memory-related products and services through excellence in engineering and commitment in developing strategic partnerships with all of there clients and suppliers.
Each and every SyncMAX memory modules are tested with a motherboard through the King Tiger Test Systemô† ensuring compatibility to chipsets. The system supports up to three different mother boards and allows highest level of test correlation currently available in the industry. All memory modules are automatically screened by the King Tiger Test Systemô† tester. But Concord Idea continues with an extra step to ensure the quality of SyncMAX by physically plugging each and every memory modules into motherboards for a final check before shipping to customers. The motherboards used are current models assuring up-to-date compatibility.
Now the question probably on most of your minds is SyncMax who, why not because they are new, but because all we really know are the most popular brands of performance ram. Therefore, who are SyncMax well the above explains pretty well and after you read this review you wonít forget them either. Today I will be testing out The SyncMax 800Express 1 gig kit this should not be mistaken with there SyncMax 800 ram as the Express really is something quite special. With timings (800mhz 4,4,4,12) at a measly 1.9 volts and capable of (1066 5,5,5,15) it surly holds some promise.
Let us find out if SyncMax deserves a place on the map or are they just another memory manufacture.
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