What's the point of having more n more memory and have part of that unused most of the time. When u use the ddr, the access times will be better and u can see the difference. U just cannot say DDR=2 X SDRAM.
Hey, thanks for the advice. I just wanted another opinion on the subject. The system is actually my brother-in-laws, and we were talking about it last night, and I told him to go DDR, but he wasn't sure.
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Don't be mislead by the 2.5 latency. JEDEC didn't specify a CAS 2 standard for DDR until recently (DDR 400 is still specified at CAS 3). I've never had any problems running this RAM at the fastest timings. However, Micron RAM doesn't respond well to increasing DIMM voltage and FSB beyond spec.
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