(WHY WAS THIS QUESTION DELETED!!!??!!! I need an answer!!)
Ok, so I am looking at DDR3 RAM, and on some, the SPD Speed is lower than the Tested Speed.
What does this mean? Does it mean that SPD Speed is what the stick was designed to be able to pull, but managed to pull higher speeds without being overclocked? Or did they test the stick at OC'd values?
They also have SPD latency, which can also be lower than the tested latency.
Should I buy RAM that uses the same SPD values as the Tested values?
I know that this may be very small differences and all, but I'm not interested in that. I'm interested in knowing which is the more stable or unmodified value.
I mean, if I can buy one of 2 types of RAM, and one has same SPD values as Tested values, and the other has different values for SPD and Tested, then should I just go with the one that has the same values?
I searched Google for a while, but all searches lead to jargon.
Please don't respond with stupid comments just to get points. If you actually truly know what this means, please respond. :D
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