I don’t think that Aeneon memory modules will become popular among overclockers and hardware enthusiasts. They cannot boast any outstanding features or superb overclocking potential. So, they should be of interest only to mainstream and budget users. From this prospective, Aeneon memory modules boast some indisputable advantages, such as high reliability, brand name origin and somewhat better features than those stated in the official specs. In other words, Aeneon memory looks like a stable and reliable workhorse.
Moreover, the second part of our today’s test session proved that the use of four DDR2 DIMMs in a Pentium 4 based platform is not just acceptable, but also has some great benefits. At least, this is true for those cases when you need to equip your system with 2GB of RAM. With the help of Aeneon memory modules, we have just shown you that even though their formal specs are the same, the 1GB modules boast slightly worse overclocking potential than their 512MB fellows. The performance drop in case all four DDR2 DIMM slots of the mainboard are occupied is not very bad and can be mostly disregarded.