We are
unable to check out the SPD info of the PC-3700
Gold memory using the AIDA32. Using CPU-Z utility we are
able to see a little more information about OCZ’s
PC-3700 Gold memory, more specifically 2-3-2-5
timings that were the most aggressive we could
achieve. Note that TRCP has to be set to 3T in
any case.

215Mhz FSB @ 2-3-2-5

Using the 2-3-2-5 timings we were
able to reach 215Mhz FSB 1:1, a very impressive
speed at these very aggressive timings
when the memory used is designed to achieve high
speeds (at high latencies).


255Mhz FSB @ 2.5-3-3-7

To achieve the highest possible
speed with the memory we set the timings to 2.5-3-3-7
and were able to achieve 255Mhz FSB, a very very
impressive speed, higher than the TwinMos PC-3700
we reviewed a few weeks ago. We were able to crank
out more than 6100 mb/s in both integer and floating
point memory bandwidth, a number that truly speaks
for itself.