|Tuesday, March 20, 2018|
Memory FAQ Topics
||What is CAS Latency ?
||CAS Latency (also referred to as latency) is the amount of time it takes for your memory to respond to a command.
Specifically, it is the length of time between memory receiving a command to read data, and the first piece of data being output from memory. Latency is measured in terms of clock cycles and is often noted as CL2 (two clock cycles) or CL3 (three clock cycles).