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In layman's terms please explain Column Address Strobe Latency in RAM
I'm looking to buy new DDR3 memory but I am totally puzzled by the CAS Latency and the numbers....
It seems like the difference between a stick of DDR3 with 11 11 11 and 7 7 7
is only measured in nanoseconds, so how would the end user, we humans actually notice the difference between these specifications, or in fact can we at all.
I'm not a complete geek so please try and explain this in plain English if you can. Thanks!
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