Page 1:More Speed = More Power? DDR466 Put To The Test
Page 2:Relationships And Ratios
Page 3:Buffalo Technology DDR466/ PC3700
Page 4:TwinmOS DDR466/ PC3700
Page 5:Sunshine Over Corsair, Clouds Over Crucial
Page 6:Test Setup
Page 7:Benchmark Results
Page 8:Lame 3.92 MP3 Encoding
Page 9:Sysmark 2002
Page 10:SPECviewperf 7.1
Page 11:Conclusion: DDR400+ Only Suitable For Overclocking
Sunshine Over Corsair, Clouds Over Crucial
Our reference module : DDR400 from Corsair. Even at 400 MHz, a short CAS latency of two clock cycles will work.
Corsair is still one of the very few suppliers of CL2 memory that go beyond the 200 MHz mark. The latest chips even allow DDR433 (217 MHz) in this top-speed mode.
Crucial is best known as the distributor of high-quality memory made by the well-known manufacturer Micron. This time Samsung chips are used.
For the uninitiated, the nomenclature Samsung uses for its memory chips is not easy to grasp.
Just what we don’t want : with a CAS latency of three clock cycles, you can certainly talk about a performance brake. Completely uncalled for. 333 MHz and CL 2.5, or better - CL 2.0, are readily doable these days.
- 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