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Thread: Are the new VIPER 3's t1 or t2?

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    Default Are the new VIPER 3's t1 or t2?

    Just wondering if the new DDR3 Viper 3 Series, PC3-12800 (1600MHz) timed at 9-9-9-24 on 1.5v are command rate 1t or 2t... Or as gskill puts it 1N or 2N. Don't know what N stands for but whatever. The 9-9-9 1.5v ripjaws for Z77 on 1600Mhz are 2t so I am looking elsewhere. Hopefully Patriot can deliver.

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    This represents command rate, and how often a read/write command is issues. (1t per clock, 2t every other clock etc)

    Generally we recommend 2T (or N), but most systems can get away with 1T (or N).

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