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    Memory speed coversion table?

    Anyone got a link to one of these? Im googling at the moment but not coming up with anything useful.
    I want to know 2100 runs at x speed and 5400 runs at x speed etc etc.

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    Re: Memory speed coversion table?

    Yeah but I dont like typing wiki it sounds like a dirty word

    Ta

    Ps only goes upto 3200

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    Re: Memory speed coversion table?

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    only goes upto 3200
    Check the discussion page.

    I removed all speeds higher than DDR400, as none of these are JEDEC standards. They're simply overclocked DDR400.

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    Re: Memory speed coversion table?

    This goes further as the other page is just ddr http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/DDR2_SDRAM

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    Re: Memory speed coversion table?

    Yes but thats DDR2 memory. Unless your school has started buying PCI Express based Athlon64 systems I doubt you'll have anything that uses it.

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    Re: Memory speed coversion table?

    Who said it was for school

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    Re: Memory speed coversion table?

    lol

    N.

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    Red face PC2100 and PC5400

    Quote Originally Posted by ChrisH View Post
    Anyone got a link to one of these? Im googling at the moment but not coming up with anything useful.
    I want to know 2100 runs at x speed and 5400 runs at x speed etc etc.

    Cheers

    Chris
    The PC2100 runs at 266MHz and PC4400 runs at 667MHz

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    You might try using questions such as "PC5400 runs at?"

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