Exceleram DDR3 PC3-12800 1600MHz 4GB Memory Review
Andy Ruffell / 7 years ago
DDR3 seems now to be the accepted model of choice when looking for some new RAM and it only feels like a little while back when 1066MHz and 1333MHz were the speed to have, but as technology moves on and other components get faster, it is a natural process where memory will follow.
We are now looking at motherboards that accept up to 2200MHz and beyond, leaving the slower speeds of 1066 and 1333MHz in its wake. Obviously not everyone requires 2200MHz speed memory and certainly not everyone can afford it either but 1600MHz is looking to be the new standard with a decent bang for buck price point and a speed to rival most extreme systems on the market.
There are also many more manufacturers’ on the market, trying to get their piece of the pie. We all know of the main brands out there, including the likes of Corsair, Crucial, Kingston, Mushkin, and OCZ to name but a few. Honestly I could go on and on listing brands, including A-DATA, Samsung and many more but you will find that it’s very much of a much-ness with these brands offering the same style products for around the same price and with all of the same promises. So what would deter you to buying one brand over the other?
For me, they would have to offer the same performance, if not better, with the same trusted technology, but most importantly, have even better value for money. That’s where a fairly new brand called Exceleram come into play with their nifty play on words to make the name of the organization. They offer cheap, no frills products with all of the performance and technology we need and it seems that a lot of products of theirs overclock quite well too which is a win/win situation if you ask me.
Today we’ll be looking at the Exceleram E30102A PC3-12800 1600MHz 4GB dual channel kit from them offering tight timings and low voltages for an attractive price.