[citation][nom]Jedi Mind Trick[/nom]120*C with LN2???? I wonder how hot it would be with normal cooling solutions...[/citation]
Well, most solder starts to melt around 180C, so I can't imagine anything past that.
[citation][nom]jemm[/nom]I also had seen that is -120°C -- anyway at that speed I am not surprised that they had to set the latencies very high.[/citation]
Not really that high considering the speed. i think 2400MHz RAM sticks have CAS @ at around 11.
[citation][nom]JonnyDough[/nom]Still, as always impractical. Just because you can load 600 people in astronaut suits onto a super jet and fly above the normal ceiling does not mean you should. But hey, it could be done.[/citation]
It's about testing the limits and pushing the boundaries.
It's not the fastest RAM, not even close. It is probably the fastest DDR3 module record, but that's not the same as being the fastest RAM like being the fastest house cat isn't the same as being the fastest cheetah.