Try #2: DIfference between 10600 and 10666 memory

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  1. boglwe

    boglwe Senior member

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    Could somebody PLEASE tell me what the difference is between DDR1333 PC 10600 & DDR31333 PC 10666? I care not about benchmarks, I am more interested in what is the difference and why there is one. Pardon me if I am missing the obvious, please explain.

    Thanks
    Bogs

    Please do not make new threads over the same question.

    I've answered your question your original thread.

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    lothar Diamond Member

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    Did you really have to create another thread when the one you made a few hours ago is 4 threads below this one? :confused:

    +1 post count?
     
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    Here you go
     
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    boglwe Senior member

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    @lothar.... Yes, sorry, I did not know how to get the focus back to the original question. thanks for your help though

    @blain..... That is my middle name, heh, and thanks a ton. That also made me luagh seriously hard. Never seen that before. I could have done that, But usually the answers I get from the smart peeps here is far beyond something like that. Still good answer though and makes perfect since.
     
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    66 Mhz DDR3.
     
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    robertk2012 Platinum Member

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    Lol the second result in google is this thread.
     
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    teddyv Senior member

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    I had the same question - from the responses it looks like no-one knows the difference?
     
  9. ChaiBabbaChai

    ChaiBabbaChai Golden Member

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    Probably just the way the manufacturer rates it so they can charge more. It's not going to run exactly at 10600 or 10666 unless your FSB/Bclk and multis make it that way, so the advertised speed is just a maximum under the rated timings and voltage. That's what I assume it to mean when I see 10666 anyway.
     
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