When talking about memory, Mushkin ranks right up there with the best of them. Producing some of the highest performance modules in the past, their new LII V2 Dual Channel CL2 DDR line should not be any different.
Since my C300A overclocking days, I have always loved how Mushkin packaged their modules. These bubbles are reusable so nothing really goes to waste.
Here are some specs:
2-2-2 @ 400MHz
32Mx8 chip density
Jet Black 6-Layer PCB
2.5V - 2.8V
Heatspreader colors vary
That's right, the 2 X 512MB LII V2 sample we received runs at a smooth 2-2-2 at DDR400 (PC3200). Whether you are running an AMD or an Intel based system, finding a middle ground with tight timings and high bus speeds will provide you with max performance. For our purposes we will be testing it out on a P4 system using a C series CPU; mainly because of the high bus ceiling capabilities.
What Mushkin has to say about it their LII V2 line:
"Our PC3200 LII V2 is built on a custom 6 layer PCB using the highest quality discreet components available in the memory industry. Through fine-tuning of the resistor network on the PCB we have been able to achieve the highest possible speed beyond 400 MHz while maintaining the capability for low latency operation. Our custom-designed Heat Spreader* reduces the risk of thermal runaway of localized hot spots within the memory core and further increases overclocking margins of the modules."
Check it out, they even sent me a pen...