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The timings will probably be like 16-16-16-34
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1866 MHz is the fastest Factory RAM based upon motherboard designs right now...

Getting a motherboard to do 2400 MHz may prove impossible yes?

I doubt we will get 2400 MHz Dual Channel RAM any time soon...

Of course I'm just sick of these Corporations holding all the cards, playing them in turn, one at a time on us...

Just give us the final best product and be done with it!
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Not as interesting has the jump from DDR2 to DDR3, we are at a point where the average user doesn't need more then 8gb / 1600 mhz out of his ram, and thats why ram price hit an all time low this year, its not like back then when 128mb of ram was the shizzz.. rolleyes.gif
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its not like back then when 128mb of ram was the shizzz.. rolleyes.gif
Yes I remember that time tongue.gif I only had 64 MB back then frown.gif
    
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Yes I remember that time :P I only had 64 MB back then :(


Back Then I only had 32mb. 8D Good old times.

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2014 is about right as I don't think DDR3 is causing any bottleneck issues at the moment..
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Gonna be hella hella hella expensive for a long time I bet.

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start volume manufacturing

Because volume manufacturing is the same as being available in shops isn't it rolleyes.gif
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where does your quote says we can expect market availability in 2013?

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