The AE34G1609U2-U Entertainment Edition memory we used for this review is rated at 1600Mhz (PC12800) and assists in the build of a solid all around system.
The AMD Entertainment Edition memory meets industry standards and specifications, and is rigorously tested to ensure quality and reliability, being a perfect choice for cost-conscious “white-box” users and system builders. The AMD memory module is also stated to be compatible with Intel platforms.
The AMD memory is vanilla in appearance, low profile and does not come supplied with any heat spreaders fitted; however, this is not a shock, given that the modules are rated at 1.5v and so produce very little heat. 16x256Mb memory chips per module are installed and the PCB is black in colour. CAS timings are rated at 9-9-9-28, delivering up to 12.8Gb/sec bandwidth.
We reviewed their Performance Edition gaming memory in April and were impressed with the low price point and compatibility across both Intel and AMD motherboards.