The memory chips used are from Winbond and offer short cycle times of just 5 ns.
Every label tells a story : 512 MB and maximum 466 MHz. Many manufacturers still fail to include any descriptive labeling whatsoever.
Buffalo Technology’s presence is largest in the U.S. The company sent us its top model for this test. Unfortunately, at all clock speeds it will run, at best, with CL 2.5 ; only at 266 MHz could a CAS latency of two clock cycles be run stably. The SPD gives the lowdown on it.
- More Speed = More Power? DDR466 Put To The Test
- Relationships And Ratios
- Buffalo Technology DDR466/ PC3700
- TwinmOS DDR466/ PC3700
- Sunshine Over Corsair, Clouds Over Crucial
- Test Setup
- Benchmark Results
- Lame 3.92 MP3 Encoding
- Sysmark 2002
- SPECviewperf 7.1
- Conclusion: DDR400+ Only Suitable For Overclocking