This has nothing to do with gaming, applications, or anything, I was just wondering in general. I know 1866 is faster but didnt know in this case if the timing of the 1600 would make that faster than the 1866
Quote from the benchmark results
"We conclude the following from our testing:
There are very small real-life differences in performance between low clock frequency/fast timing Winbond memory and high clock frequency/relaxed timing Samsung memory. This is true in 3DMark01 and SuperPI even for CPU/memory intensive applications."