At the CeBIT, OCZ had a 2 x 1 GB kit of PC3-16000/DDR3-2000 on demo certified for the 2.0 version of EPP (Enhanced Performance Profiles). Latency times of 9-8-8 are possible given the higher frequency. If installed on a motherboard that doesn’t support EPP 2.0, the default frequency will be not as high.
Nvidia should then soon launch a new version of its memory optimization technology, also known under the name SLI Memory, which consists of using all the available space in the SPD to give supplementary information on memory to the bios.
The main difference from the first EPP is DDR3 support. Nvidia should announce the nForce 790i in the near future that supports this norm and which was used by OCZ for their demo.