Golden Emperor International Limited took up a tough challenge in today’s competition, knowing that its DDR3-1333, 1.50 V-rated memory would need to face up to both 1.35 V and 1.50 V tests. So confident was Geil that it submitted these modules in spite of the fact that limited availability (Europe and Asia) would disqualify the kit from a U.S.–based award.
Anyone in the U.S. who cares to order these via overseas shipping will find several international vendors selling at a price around $75, so even an unofficial win could still be big news for this company.
Detected as DDR3-1333 CAS 9 and lacking any XMP-based auto-overclocking profiles, Geil’s part number GEL38GB1333C9DC carries the same limited lifetime warranty as every Geil DRAM product.
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- Crucial Ballistix Tactical LP DDR3L-1600
- Geil EVO Leggera DDR3-1333
- G.Skill Sniper SR2 DDR3-1600
- Kingston HyperX Genesis DDR3L-1600
- Super Talent “Mystery” DDR3L-1600
- Test Settings
- Overclocking And Under-Latency Results
- Results: SiSoftware Sandra
- Results: Real-World Applications
- Results: 3D Games
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