With always speedy central processing units being freed the system bus velocity is too starting to increase accordingly. With many latest systems having a 133Mhz FSB as standard. For those with slower systems you can efficaciously raise your system velocity through a third, or double in the case of Celeron processors, through easily increasing your FSB velocity to 133Mhz.
Mushkin are well familiar for creating high quality random access memory & the overclockability & function they extends. In that manner their Mushkin High function REV2 PC133 continues on this tradition, offering together 133Mhz @ CAS2 support & developed PCB than earlier editions.
The random access memory example is actually somewhat mis labelled. The storage module is ranged at 7ns, instead than 7.5ns (As entire PC133 examples are). To acquire a memory examples effective rated velocity divide 1000 through the ns of the module, in this case 1000/7 = 143Mhz (Whereas 1000/7.5 = 133Mhz). This basically means you should be capable to function this storage module at 143Mhz less issue.
This is an excellent news for those of you who need to overclock your system as high as potential, whereas many times random access memory might be limitation. Although those seeking the absolute limit may well need to go for the REV 3 modules rather.