The next pair of modules is 2x256MB DDR500.
These memory modules should work at the given frequency with 3.0-4-4-8 timings.
And if we check out the info provided in the modules SPD, then it turns out that the timings should be even higher:
Now let’s turn to real applications to see if the specifications claimed by the manufacturer are correct:
Well, this memory refused to work with CAS Latency 2.0, just like the previous pair of modules. The maximum working frequency when the memory remained stable didn’t exceed the nominal value, however, the timings are lower than those written in the SPD so that we managed to reach 250MHz (DDR500) for the first time.