I really liked that article a lot! I still feel like I'm confused and in the dark about a lot of things surrounding DDR2 but this article was packed FULL of useful information and helped to clear up some issues here and there. I also liked the "Price per Mhz" comparison! It's very creative and it's always nice to look at new products in a different light to help simplify where exactly it falls in the market.
I also found it interesting/impressive that Mushkin was able to make a 2Gb set with the same tight timings (or even tighter) and better overclocking potential than either of the 1Gb sets! Glad to see that compaines are still striving for new, innovative products that the consumers can really benefit from. Hopefully this motivation for quality R&D will keep the quality of products up among other competing companies.
The price and performance of the A-Data memory is also very attractive. I was very close to purchasing some of A-Data's performance DDR memory a while back because of it's reputation for solid overclocking potential and, of course, it's great price! Glad to see they are continuing to stick to those guns, it will definately get them far if they can make it work while increasing their marketing efforts in North America.
Once again, you do some of THE BEST
memory review articles I have ever seen anywhere and it really makes me proud to have "Legit Fanatic" under my forum screen name!