1600mhz, 1866mhz or 2400mhz? What's the difference?

I'm running on i7 4770k @ 3.5GHz Win7 64bit with 8GB ram
This machine is setup for audio editing and recording
I have put together an orchestral template in Cubase whic is extremely heavy as it uses tons of sounds and audio samples that need to be accessed lightning fast
Will I notice any difference between the 1600mhz and 2400mhz? They have a different price but I'm unsure what the difference will be if at all?
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    The higher data rate (2400) is the faster and uses more DRAM at a time so can do more in each operation, the 4770K is good for 2400. Wrote on article which will give some numbers on 2400 vs 1600 or 1866 here:,4080.html
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