I have a ticket in to Dell to see if the system will recognise the tighter memory, and use it. I was able to verify already that the e1505/6400 does read the sodimm's information for timings, so there is hope.
I've seen the test that show not much improvement for cl5 667, so certainly that would not be worth it, and cl4 seems to not exist in 667, so we can't even test it. Indeed i will be staying with what I have for now.
It is near worthless for my needs as well. I ended up using mine on an older system that didn't have as many USB ports, but needed them. Only saving grace.
It should be labeled a port replicator, not a dock of any sort... you don't...
update: after talking to corsair, I found out that person is full of it. that is a 667 Mhz 5-5-5-15 sodimm.
a-data replied they do not have plans to make one.
kingston replied they do not have one
time to ask centon
ROFL! Knew I was missing a major manufacturer with the questions, but couldn't remember which one. Of course it is the one with the part in question. I am curious how it affects the overclocking of the x1400 hyperram more than...
I would tend to agree, but bios and other things may enter the picture as well, so I was curious.
4/5 of 667 = 533. Typically what I have seen is CAS5 RAM is 5-5-5-15, and CAS-4 is 4-4-4-12, so all are a 4/5 ratio.