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Synthetic Benchmarks - 3.0Ghz
There are three pairs of numbers in the following graphs.
DDR400 taken using the default timings based on the SPD (3-4-4-7)
DDR400 using optimized memory timings (2-3-3-6)
DDR500 using default timings and default memory voltage (3-4-4-7) (2.6v)
Given all of this memory bandwidth, how does it help in the real world?