I think you mean "1,600MHz effective clock speed" instead of "1,600Mbps". Currently DDR3-1600 is transfering at 12,800MB/s or 102,400Mbps.
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I was worried until I saw that the corners of the module weren't sufficiently rounded that Apple could reasonably be expected to be able to convince a judge to accept that the design violates a valid patent held by that company. But, giving the state of the patent and the judicial system in the United States, Samsung should be aware that being able to sell its modules in that country is not a given....
1600Mbps (which is a per pin rating), as stated in the press release, is correct.
Here one has to distinguish between the transfer rate, e g, 1600 MT/s, which refers to the number of operations that transfer data in each data-transfer channel, and the peak transfer rate, e g, 12800 MB/s, which is the bit rate at which binary data is transferred, and which is not only dependent upon the transfer rate, but on the width of the channel, i e, with a data bus 8 bytes wide, the data rate would be 8 bytes x 1600 MT/s = 12800 MB/s....Henri
Here one has to distinguish between the transfer rate, e g, 1600 MT/s, which refers to the number of operations that transfer data in each data-transfer channel, and the peak transfer rate, e g, 12800 MB/s.
paving way for DDR4 :)
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