The two memories we tested showed exceptional performance in this review, with those of Kingmax allowing relatively high results to be obtained even at reasonable and not too high voltages, and usually also slightly lower timings. However, OCZ's memories managed to reach a slightly higher final speed. , While using higher voltage (and on the dangerous limit) .Overall, the memories are based on the same Hynix chips, and the level of performance and timings obtained was very close throughout the audit, once the result was in favor of OCZ with the higher speed, and once in favor of Kingmax with temporary The low access.
Given the relatively inexpensive price level of these memories overseas, they are a great solution for anyone looking to reach medium to high overclocking without breaking the bank on luxury TCCD-based high-end memory (like the familiar G.Skill, currently costing over 1500 NIS for a set of 1GB). We believe that if importers bring these memories to the country, they will be able to sell for a price similar to Twinmos' Speed Premium memories, but the consumer will get more value (and speed) for his money.
We enjoyed the products of the two companies, and it should be noted that the memories dealt with all the tests in a wonderful way, while showing exemplary stability. Most users would prefer to avoid having too much power on their memory, and it is best to avoid OCZ memory and go for the Kingmax.
We recommend trying to combine these memories with an AMD A64 3200 Venice processor, and run them on 270MHz bass with tight timings in a 1: 1 ratio (i.e. a 2.7GHz processor with 540MHz memory), just do not forget to combine them on a successful overclocked board, like The DFI NF4 Ultra-D. But, as always, remember: Overclocking is your sole responsibility .. 😉
Kingmax Hardcore PC-4000
OCZ PC-3700 Gold Edition Rev.3
Gold Edition Rev. 3