In their internal testing and working with the folks over at DFI, they managed to clock one of their 4GB DDR3 memory kits all the way up to 2100MHz on a DFI LANParty X48 motherboard.
Gingle claim that their memory is faster since most other memory makers set the CAS latency to 10 whereas Gingle were able to run their memory at a CAS latency of 9.
Gingle also claimed a couple other memory performance feats, as you can see below.
2100MHz CL9: not like most 2100/ 2133MHz module running at CL10, Gingle can runs with a voltage of 1.94v and CAS latency of 9, it achieved an overall breaking performance speed of 2100MHz in 2GB single channel mode.
8GB (4pcs) 1800MHz CL9: the biggest challenge of high speed memory is the limitation of capacity. Occupying all the 4 DIMM slots of Intel X48 up to 8GB with a low timing of 9-9-9-22 the memory frequency speed was able to run at an amazing top speed of 1800MHz.
1800MHz 4GB 1T: Very few modules can run 1T command rate. Even Gingle's official spec define on 1800MHz CL8 at 2T command, but certain percentage of Gingle's kit still can runs 1800MHz CL8 at 1T on DFI LANParty X48!
You can find out more information over at the press release, which we uploaded here.
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