Originally posted by: PV9685DDR3-1600... I set it at 800MHz and get my CPU set. Once the CPU is stable I work on the RAM. From my understanding - the Ram MHz is the I/O Rate. If the I/O rate goes down and latencies are reduced as well, the chips may be running around the same speed whether the I/O is 800mhz or double that.
I understand that both my set-ups have a latency of 10ns but are not the same speed and timings.
Originally posted by: PV9685(CAS / Advertised MHZ ie: 1333) * 2000 = chip timing in ns. ...Cas 7 DDR3 1333 = (7 / 1333) * 2000 = 10.5ns = 95.2MHz ... You thought PC100 was slow. An 8x data rate helps.
How did you get ~95.2mhz from DDR3-1333?
I have had this name before the public announcement of L4D.