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Tuesday, 15 December 2009 09:03

G.Skill Eco Module getestet - 3 Übertakten

Written by Eliot Kucharik

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Test: weniger Spannung, aber trotzdem schnell




Übertakter setzen entweder auf niedrigere Latenzen oder höhere Geschwindigkeit. Wir haben uns für die besseren Latenzen entschieden, weil wir wissen, daß diese in den meisten Fällen performanter sind. Mit 1.42V schafften wir auf beiden Plattformen die 7-8-7 Latenzen allerdings mit einer Command Rate von 1T.

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Auf der AMD-Plattform sind noch niedrigere Latenzen möglich.

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