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Old 12-26-2008, 11:30 PM   #1 (permalink)
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I know it is the time that it takes for the ram to respond to a command correct me if I'm wrong, but what is the unit of measurement here? I just want to be sure?

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Default Re: CAS latency

Column Address Strobe CAS for short is the clock cycles you wait. If the Cas is 4 you wait 4 clock cycles while waiting only 3 for Cas 3.

The latency is the gap between the stimulus and response. Corsair provides a good detailed explaination at
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