Today, these memory modules sell under the brand name GeIL ONE. The samples we received from GeIL were prototypes, but were outfitted with the correct TCCDs. This memory is expensive, and is thus most likely to appeal only to serious enthusiasts. The real question is: Do these further tightenings on memory timing produce tangible performance boosts? Only a few motherboards can handle CAS latency times under 2.0, but it's possible that support for DDR600 might be more appealing because overclocking system and memory clocks for Athlon 64 systems is not only reasonably well understood but also reasonably easy to achieve without much additional effort.
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