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September 2, 2003 4:44:10 AM

i want to buy some corsair twinx matched memory. i am buying the asus a7n8x deluxe. i want 512 models. what is the difference between all the speeds and latency? i want something with low latency i was thinking of the 2700 dll with the 2-2-2-2-5 but i am not sure, i really don't understand this as i would like too, please help thank you

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September 2, 2003 6:18:48 AM

You can get Corsair TwinX 3200LL if you like.

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September 2, 2003 10:31:21 AM

the best option so far is the corsair xms3200 cas2.5.

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September 2, 2003 2:03:17 PM

as i understand memory

TWINX512-3200LL, 400mhz(133x3), 2x32Mx64 org, 2-3-2-6-T1 cas latency

TWINX512-2700LL, 333mhz (166x2), 2x64Mx64 org, 2-2-2-5-T1 cas latency.

what's the diff in org between the 2, and the cas latency. thank you

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September 2, 2003 10:49:03 PM

It's harder to get low latency out of faster memory, that's why it's rated at 2-3-2-6. Chipsets for AMD processors don't stress the memory as much as Intel chipset do, so you'll probably get by with 2-2-2-5 without stability issues.

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