Date: March 31st, 2004.
Article by: Roger (Hardware
Edited by: Nathan Glentworth
(Owner, Head Editor & Hardware Reviewer)
Product was donated by: Simpletech
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SimpleTech, Inc. is a global engineering and manufacturing
company that offers memory and storage products for a wide range of
industrial and consumer applications, including IP networking, consumer
electronics, personal computing, and telecommunications.
SimpleTech specializes in developing high-density modules,
cards and drives for custom and open-standard applications. Our patented
IC Tower stacking technology is recognized as a premiere solution for
exponentially increasing capacity within the dimensions of a standard
SimpleTech also develops miniaturized solutions such as
our low-profile SDRAM for low-profile server enclosures. In addition
to our custom products, SimpleTech offers standard and next-generation
DRAM, SRAM, and flash modules, cards and drives for aftermarket upgrades
of PCs, servers, notebooks, digital cameras, and other smart electronic
A lot of us have been quite happy with our PC3200 DDR400
RAM for a while now, although the decision to upgrade is always something
we consider. The problem however, is in knowing whether or not the upgrade
is worth it. There are a lot of things which you have to factor into
such a decision; such as whether or not you are an average user who
is not likely to push his CPU and RAM to its max, or if you are an overclocking
mofo who squeezes every available ounce out of their rig.
With the release of newer, faster memory, the possibility
to further push that Pentium 2.4C is almost irresistible to some. But
you have to also consider what you're getting for your money.
Today I'll be reviewing Simpletech's Nitro RAM... 1 GB
of Dual Channel PC3700 DDR466 funky looking modules. Simpletech claims;
"... with new high performance processors hitting the market, Nitro
gets you flying at speeds you only dreamed of."
Now that's a bold statement. Let's see if it's true.