Originally Posted by emergant
Thanks. But DDR3-667 as in tf300 or DDR-1600 as in Tf700 or something else
According to the following spreadsheet, found via the Hynix webpage for H5TC2G83CFR, it may be between 1066-1600, depending on what the chips were speed-binned to. Worst case, they can do 1066MHz at CL7, while best case, they can do 1600MHz at a massive CAS Latency of 11 :P I can't imagine there would be much difference between the performance of 1066 @ CL7 versus 1600 @ CL11.
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Sorry for the further derail!