OCZ DDR2 PC2-9200 / 1150 MHz / Reaper HPC Edition / Dual Channel
This is some of the fastest DDR2 on the market today. It is rated at 1150 MHz at 2.3 volts. It is faster than some of the DDR3 on the market today and it also has better timings. Its rated timings are 5-5-5-18 while most DDR3 is either 7-7-7-18 or 8-8-8-20.
One unique feature of this memory is the heatsink. It includes heatspreaders on the ICs themselves that conduct the heat to a heatpipe that runs along the top of the DIMM and dissipates the heat with a fin array attached to the top of the heatpipe. This memory includes a lifetime warranty from OCZ, which is a must with the levels of voltage, these modules require for operation. This memory is an enthusiasts dream because it is guaranteed to use either Micron D9GMH or Micron D9GKX ICs, which are known for their legendary overclocking potential.
Diamond HD2600 XT SB Edition
An 800 MHz core clock combined with 256 Mb of 2.2 GHz of GDDR4 memory on a 128 bit memory bus work together to make one of the fastest midrange cards to date. This cooler is built on TSMC’s 65nm process which enables the card to use a single-slot cooler and to not require any PCI-E connectors. This card also has the ability to assist in the decoding of high-definition video. It has two dual-link DVI ports and is HDCP compliant for use with next-gen disk formats. It also includes a DVI to HDMI adaptor for easy use with today’s HD TVs.
PowerColor HD2600 Pro 512 MB
A full half gigabyte of GDDR2 and excellent HD video decoding abilities make this card an excellent candidate for HTPC duty. This card has enough horsepower to run any monitor on the market today. It has a TDP below 75 watts and a relatively queit small fan.