“What makes CSX different from most other manufacturers is that they are going against the flow and cut through all of the details that have no affect on the performance and are at the same time very clear with what circuits they are using. You don’t have to go through data sheets or keep track of revisions, CSX prints the original product code right on the memory.”
Here are some more Memory articles from around the web:
- Kingston HyperX XMP-1800 2GB DDR3 Memory Kit @ TweakTown
- G.Skill 2x2GB PC2 8800 @ Overclockers Online
- Chaintech APOGEE GT DDR2-1150 4GB Memory Kit @ TweakTown
- OCZ Flex II 4GB PC2-9200 DDR2 Memory Review @ Legit Reviews
- Crucial Ballistix DDR2 PC2-6400 @ TechwareLabs
CompuStocx is not a name you have probably heard of unless you tend to shop in the EU, but hopefully they will make it to North America soon. According to NordicHardware, one of the best things about this company is that instead of covering the DIMMs in advertising, they print the original product code right on the memory. That makes it a lot easier to ensure compatibility and specifications. Drop by to see how well it performs once it is installed.