You have to be specific, information there is irrelevant to me. I do not work for the RAM producers therefore I don't need to know more than "Conclusion: Get Faster, Get Quicker, Get More" as it sais in there, within reasonable limits of having a use for. That information is also wrong, RAM latency is too small to be noticed by humans so it doesn't matter at all in gaming, therefore worthless to mention. It's a marketing gimmick to mention it in fact. We can measure latency but we can't feel it.
Furthermore I think architecture these days is garbage. 20 years ago when it was in infancy it was fine, now it's ridiculously obsolete compared to the possibilities of technology. We have corrupt capitalist thinking to thank
This means another reason I'm not concerned with manufacturer details but embrace the position of a savvy buyer given I have no alternative (I won't build a computer out of soda cans), that is I don't buy into the hype, trend, mainstream, or any bias. Emptor caveat. I'm also not paranoid. I'll trust any brand once, and if it scams me, never again