The PC-166 uses 6ns like the DDR333. That would make it PC2700 not PC3200 (or DDR400) so it IS running overclocked and not true PC-3200. It is kind of like the differance between "true" PC2700 and PC-2100 overclocked to 2700 with a heatspreader mounted on it so you cant read that it is realy 7.5ns memory chips. True PC3200 would be 5ns. Now I've been seeing PC3500. That's DDR 415Mhz or so and that would be about 4.5ns. Man that is insane. Don't you wish you could get some of those memory chips on your graphics card on memory for your PC. Something like 3ns for DDR 667. Boy I can't wait for the Hammer.
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