With always quicker central processing units being freed the system bus velocity is too beginning to rise accordingly. With many fresh systems having a 133Mhz FSB as standard. For those with dumber systems you can effectively gain your system velocity by a third, or double in the case of Celeron processors, through easily raising your FSB velocity to 133Mhz.
Mushkin are well familiar for developing high quality RAM & the overclockability & function they extend. In that respect their Mushkin High Function REV2 Computer133 extends on this tradition, extending together 133Mhz @ CAS2 support & an improved PCB than former edition.
Some other things that breaks this storage from the rest are that every exaqmple is hand picked & that REV2 has more well tuned traces on the PCB. This permits for a littler way & without electrical interference, i.e. REV 2 lies of the excellent quality & has higher overclocking possible/stability the last revisions.
The RAM examples is really slightly mislabelled. The memory examples is rated at 7ns, instead than 7.5ns. To acquire a storage example effective rated velocity divide 1000 through the ns of the examples, in this case 1000/7 = 143Mhz. This essentially means you should be capable to function this memory example at 143Mhz less issue.
This is excellent news for those of you who need to overclock your system as high as possible, whereas many times RAM might be restriction. Although those seeking the absolute limit might well need to go for the REVIII examples rather.
As a side mention to this short division I must say that Mushkin actually familiar how to package their RAM, coming in an airtight plastic airbag the RAM example is secure so nicely throughout shipping.
Set up of the memory was easy as you would look. I got rid of my old Computer-100 RAM & put in the Mushkin Computer-133 RAM into the first DIMM port. Switched the power back on & it was noticed through the BIOS only well. Just to assure the CAS rating of the storage I set SDRAM form to through SPD in the BIOS, this affirmed the example could function at CAS II.