Originally Posted by Ikaruga
No, and I don't really understand why would I joke about ram timings on my favorite enthusiast site. Do you understand that I was citing
the actual latency of the chip itself, and not the latency the MC will have to deal with when accessing the memory?
For example, a typical DDR3@1600 module has about 12ns latency in a modern PC.
You mean the 32ns refresh? That's not access speeds my friend, that is how often that a bit in a DRAM cell is refreshed. All DRAM needs to be refreshed since data is stored in a capacitor and needs to be replenished as caps leak when they're disconnected from active power. Other than that, I see no mention of 32ns there.
That "32ns" sounds a lot like tRFC on DDR3 chips, not access latency.