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virtualex

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One question....How can i calculate theoretical max mem in mhz speed using it's speed in ns ?

For example if the mem is 3.3 ns. Is the formula like this ? 1024/3.3*2 ? :D

PS: 2 comes from double data (random access memory)
 

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1/3.3*1000
 

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yea, where do you see how fast your memory is?
on my card right? ... well, i wont go opening my PC for that - is there any other way? probably not - i'm i right? cos although the cards are from the same company they can have different memory speed ... or not? :confused:
 
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Doesnt always mean your ram will do the speeds its rated at though. I have 4 ns and can only get 215
 
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one2 said:
yea, where do you see how fast your memory is?
on my card right? ... well, i wont go opening my PC for that - is there any other way? probably not - i'm i right? cos although the cards are from the same company they can have different memory speed ... or not? :confused:
The gods of math say that you can divide your memory clock speed by one thousand and turn your result into a fraction of 1/x...

Essentially a reverse of the timing to clock speed formula.