The only DDR Ram that is a "standard" only PC1600, 2100 & 2700???

Discussion in 'General Hardware' started by Daniel Rossi, Aug 26, 2003.

  1. Daniel Rossi

    Daniel Rossi Guest

    Hi Everyone,

    Somewhere i read ages ago an article about DDR RAM said that PC1600, 2100 and 2700 conform to the national "standards" but pc3200, 3700 etc are not under a "standard"

    Is any of this true???

    any info given to me is very much appreciated


    Daniel Rossi
  2. Maybe they mean by standard that they are the most commonly used, and that 3200 and 3700 are not so commonly used, and as such arent standard?
  3. Daniel Rossi

    Daniel Rossi Guest

    who knows as i wish i kept the article as i remember it mentioning something about any PC2700 chip made by any company will be the same pretty much but ram such as 3200 an up etc from manufacturer to manufacturer it can vary i was just wondering if any 1 knew the same thing im on about ;)
  4. Sazar

    Sazar F@H - Is it in you? Staff Member Political User Folding Team

    Between Austin and Tampa
    highest jedec approved == ddr3200...

    I suspect 3500 will be certifified shortly... but I also suspect that ddrII is overdue making its appearance...
  5. Daniel Rossi

    Daniel Rossi Guest

    ok kool thanks for that :)
  6. Hmm I have one Samsung PC2700 chip and one generic. In the benchmark tests they both got roughly the same, so yeah :)