It took a long time (over 5 months) to get the TwinMOS samples, when they finally arrived, it was at a very busy time and so they were sitting here for about 2 months until all data were ready and confirmed and we apologize for the delay. The modules will run at the specified latencies but will not work at CL-2 or any other more aggressive latency settings, nor will they run reliably at more relaxed latencies but there may be differences between different mainboards. In the final analysis, the TwiSTER PC4000 meets the manufacturer's specs but does not go beyond those. In other words, there are practically no margins, the modules are specified to run at 250 MHz max and they do no less and no more. Personally, I would rather characterize them as PC3700 but in times where it has become usus to spec modules to what they can potentially run under optimal conditions, we won't hold aggressive marketing against TwinMOS. At the same time, a price point of ~ $78 makes the TwiSTER pair relatively attractive for the moderate overclocker community.
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