"PC150 memory will really become useful when faster system buses are released later this year which use a faster bus speed then the current standard of 66MHz to 155MHz. Intel are currently working out whether or not they will use RAMBUS (800MHz RAM) or HSDRAM in their "soon to be" released chipsets such as the Intel Tualatin which should be based on a 200MHz bus, which in that case will use 200MHz SDRAM. I think, if Intel is smart they will use HSDRAM because it is much cheaper and more widely supported compared to RAMBUS. Other chipset manufactures such as VIA and AMD will probably use a different kind of memory system called Quad Pumped DDR which might be used for soon to be released AMD processors such as the Sledgehammer and Corvette, so if your an AMD man Mushkin's PC150 RAM probably won't interest you too much now I've said that."
FULL STORY @ TWEAKTOWN (http://www.tweaktown.com/reviews/mushkin_pc150/)