Users' questions

What DRAM frequency is DDR3 1600?

What DRAM frequency is DDR3 1600?

200 MHz
Relation of bandwidth and frequency

DIMM Type Memory Clock Peak Transfer Rate
DDR3-1066 133 MHz 8533 MB/s
DDR3-1333 166 MHz 10600 MB/s
DDR3-1600 200 MHz 12800 MB/s
DDR3-1866 233 MHz 14933 MB/s

What is DRAM frequency in CPU Z?

It will be half of the value that you see in Windows Task Manager. This is because DDR4 is double data rate memory. With the default BIOS setting for memory, my DRAM Frequency is 1066.4 MHz. If you double that, you get 2133 MHz. With XMP enabled, you see the DRAM Frequency at 1799.6 MHz.

Can you overclock 1600 RAM to 1866?

No, it won’t be automatically overclocked, 1866 will however be automatically clocked down to 1600. You have to manually try and overclock your 1600 MHz sticks to 1866 and hope it’s stable. The old ram and the new one is same brand hyperx and its means both are automatic overclocking so what will happen?

What is the normal DRAM frequency?

RAM frequency is measured in MHz and usually immediately follows the DDR version in the RAM spec. For example, 8GB DDR4-2400 RAM is running at a frequency of 2400MHz. Frequencies of RAM typically range from 800MHz in older DDR2 modules up to 4200MHz in DDR4. Current gen DDR4 modules start at 2133MHz.

What’s the memory speed of a DDR3 1600?

Well as you can see in CPU-Z your running at 931.3 which is 931.3*2 = 1862.6 or 933 2x = 1866. So all looks good in CPU-Z, for example, my DDR3 1600 shows 800 in CPU-Z under Dram frequency.

What does CPU-Z say about DRAM frequency?

CPU-Z says that the DRAM frequency is 800MHz… CPU-Z says that the DRAM frequency is 800MHz… Double Data Rate, my friend. Double the number you see, and that is the effective speed.

What’s the difference between 1600 MHz and 3200 MHz SDRAM?

The name “double data rate” refers to the fact that a DDR SDRAM with a certain clock frequency achieves nearly twice the bandwidth of a SDR SDRAM running at the same clock frequency, due to this double pumping. So the clock speed will be shown as 1600 MHz, but the bandwidth is doubled so it’s marketed as 3200 MHz.

What’s the average memory bandwidth for a DDR3 DIMM?

The most popular DDR3 frequencies are DIMMs operating 1600 MHz, 1333 MHz, and 1066 MHz. Many tests published on the net show on average 13% decline in memory bandwidth when dropping down from 1600 MHz to 1333 MHz. When using 3 DPC configuration, bandwidth drops down 29% when comparing 1066 MHz with 1600 MHz.