Yes, you read the title correctly, DDR3-2000. Isn't that incredible, that memory operating speed has climbed that high in such a short time? Think about it, one year ago, we
were beginning to see the first DDR2-1066 modules being released. Today, all
memory manufacturers offer a DDR3-1600 module, many offer a DDR3-1800, and over
the past month the more prominent of them have released a DDR3-2000 module.
Considering PC3 system memory has only been out for about a year, I don't think
that we've come close to seeing the limits of DDR3. @ ThinkComputers.org @