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post #31 of 349 Old 01-01-2007, 06:29 PM
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You're still at 2T.

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post #32 of 349 Old 01-01-2007, 06:30 PM - Thread Starter
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You're still at 2T.
I care? I believe I met my original statement of 5-5-5-10, but I'll try 5-5-5-10 1T anyways.


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You're saying you got this at 2.2V?

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You're saying you got this at 2.2V?

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If you would like me to re-ss and move the cpu-z to the right to expose voltages I can...


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Just to let you know though. You will have better performance on a 1:1 ratio and tighter timings.

Here comes the onslaught of people disagreeing with me.

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Tighter timings yes. 1:1 Ratio? Meh... I have to run a divider because I got some weird chips with my RAM that hate going past 260Mhz.

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If you would like me to re-ss and move the cpu-z to the right to expose voltages I can...
well for the second it would take, it would greatly increase the credibility.

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Just to let you know though. You will have better performance on a 1:1 ratio and tighter timings.

Here comes the onslaught of people disagreeing with me.
You are obviously 100% correct as that is ideal...

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Quoting myself lol:

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Did you not even READ what Ropey posted?! Running tighter timings at a 1:1 divider (meaning a slower speed because it would be running at your FSB speed) will perform better than looser timings and having speeds of in excess of 1000Mhz for example.

The benchmarks you are using to test this out (Everest, SuperPi, etc...) are all THEORETICAL tests. Not reality. They are synthetic tests. Meaning you will never see that kind of performance really.

I like to think of it like this:

Lets say you have a passenger train, and the speed of the train represents your RAM speed. The timings of the RAM are represented by how quickly the passengers can get on and get off at each stop (tighter timings being better). And lets say that the rate at which potential passengers get to each station is your CPU FSB.

With higher RAM speed and looser timings, then the train (speed representing RAM speed) gets to each station at 1000Mhz, but still has to wait for passengers from the CPU who only get to the stations at 400Mhz (FSB speed). Then because of the looser timings, the passengers take longer to get on and off the train before the train can leave for the next station.

With lower RAM speed (equal to your CPU FSB) and tighter timings, then the train gets to each station at the same moment that potential passengers arrive (400Mhz). But with the tighter timings, the passengers can get on and off quicker.

So with the higher train speed, the train gets to the station faster, but it still has to wait for passengers. But if the trains speed is equal to the speed at which passengers show up to the station, then it can start the passenger exchange at the same time as the other train, and with tighter timings, be done first and off to the next station first.

Thats just how I like to think of it, and it's actually a pretty accurate analogy. BUT bottom line... slower RAM speed (1:1 ratio) and tighter timings will perform better IN REALITY than blazing RAM speeds (which have to be set on a divider) and looser timings.

Hope that helps draw a picture for you.

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I like trains.

And good analogy. Rep +

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