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Old 07-04-03, 06:07 PM Thread Starter   #1
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Xms. 3200, 3500, 3700


what's the difference between these? are they all the same stick? i've found 3200 twin packs for like 140's 3500 twinpack and 3700 twinpacks are hardly different in price. this would lead me to beleive that they're the same.

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3200 = 400Mhz
3500 = 433Mhz
3700 = 466Mhz

Some of the higher speed memories may only be rated for that speed at CAS 2.5 or CAS 3.0 though. The good stuff will run CAS 2.0. Those low latency chips are usually the most expensive.

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They are all using the same chips......except for perhaps the 3700.....but the 3700 is rated cas 3 so I don't know why anyone would want it
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i'm thinking the 3700 is the same as 3500 and that's why it's CAS3

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