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whats faster?
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At the same speeds? Obviously 7-8-7-20. Would it be a noticeable difference, even in benchmarks? Nope. Faster RAM speed is more important than timings anyway in most newer systems.
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7-8-7-20, but barely, the first three are what you'll see most change. But it is also dependent on your frequency. If you're running DDR3 @ 800 MHz, it'll still be slow.
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i was looking for fast ram so 7-8-7-20 is good how about 2133MHz 9-11-11-31 ?
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i was looking for fast ram so 7-8-7-20 is good how about 2133MHz 9-11-11-31 ?

Depends on the speed of the 7-8-7 sticks. Chances are the 2133 will be faster.
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1600mhz 7 8 7 20 its not faster then 2133?
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1600mhz 7 8 7 20 its not faster then 2133?

On a modern system, no. AMD's FX series, their APU's, and anything Intel will benefit from faster RAM instead of tighter timings. If you're on Phenom II the tighter timings are better.
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1600mhz 7 8 7 20 its not faster then 2133?

More MHz is nearly always better.

If you want to compare those latency numbers like the 7-8-7-20 you mentioned, you need to divide by the MHz. You would for example compare 7 divided by 1600 with 9 divided by 2133, then look for what's smaller and that's the "better" one.

The thing is just that this is only the performance for the very first piece of data when reading or writing. Even if 2133 MHz ends up being technically slower with regards to that, it will catch up if your CPU reads or writes longer stretches of data. The increased bandwidth from 2133 MHz is worth more than any possibly lower latency the 1600MHz kit might have.

EDIT:

So, if that 7-8-7-20 was 1600 MHz RAM, if you translate that to 2133 MHz speeds, it's the same latency as this (but it's not possible to have fractions for those numbers in practice):

9.3 - 10.7 - 9.3 - 26.7

That's calculated like this as an example:

20 / 1600 * 2133 = 26.7
Edited by deepor - 1/12/15 at 1:48pm
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thanks here 2 rams i want buy can you tell me what is the faster?

http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16820231628
http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16820231617

Ummm, neither of those are worth the money they're asking for in my opinion. But the 2133 would be faster.
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