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Monday, 28 May 2007 12:31

DDR3 to officially pass over 2000 MHz

Written by Fuad Abazovic

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Computex for announcement(s)


A few memory manufactures will showcase its DDR3 memory clocked at over 2,000 MHz. DDR3 1333 or 1500 is so overclockable that it is a walk in a park to get this memory over the 2,000 MHz mark.

You don’t gain much performance, but hey it’s a cool number. Jedec certifies DDR3 at 1066,1333 and 1600 but no more than that, but you can always overclock if you want to go faster.

With a good motherboard, P35 chipset and only a few extra of volts, you will be able to get over DDR3 2000 speeds and that is what many birds wants to show at Computex.

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