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The real eye opener with the Mushkin HP2-6400 modules is how well they overclocked. As we showed you 1066Mhz is easily attainable with minimal effort and well within the recommended voltage settings. The modules did not scale well after 1066Mhz and required more voltage and timing adjustments to remain stable. As with any overclocking adventure your mileage can and will likely vary since these results are largely dependent on your entire system and not just memory modules.
Now for the ever popular list of Good things and Bad things.
High Capacity (4GB)
Voltage has considerably improved over previous releases
Good hometown memory made in the US
No fancy lighting effects