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Originally Posted by odin2free View Post
and what about this?
http://www.overclock.net/amd-memory/...nificance.html

Just another review

but wondering what kind of scores are you on your system?

oh wait i forget...ur just trolling..

Wait what is that i see in your sig...
3.0 NB with 1.24v...
huh
Seriously?

Thats the CPU/NB (inside the CPU), not the board's NB. You clearly don't know much of what you speak, and im not arguing with you.


PS: GL overclocking your boards NB lol
post #382 of 1646
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Originally Posted by Asmodean View Post
Seriously?

Thats the CPU/NB (inside the CPU), not the board's NB. You clearly don't know much of what you speak, and im not arguing with you.


PS: GL overclocking your boards NB lol
Oh so let me just say this
then im not as smart as you im sorry
help me understand your knowledge to please...

SO in your signature...where your system is why does it say..
3.0 NB!!!!!!

Also when your read the the scores on cpu-id and maxxmem..youll notice that they say
CPU-ID :HT(Referring to the CPU NB)
Maxxmem : NB (Referring to the CPU NB)

is that what your trying to tell me im very lost... on your annoyance...trying to keep a thread going like this doesnt work...
Lets see some scores ?
still waiting
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I'd say that regardless of the numbers seen,boot times decrease and SLI/crossfire min frames increase with higher cpu-nb/imc numbers.odin keep up the good work and ignore the trolls!
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I'd say that regardless of the numbers seen,boot times decrease and SLI/crossfire min frames increase with higher cpu-nb/imc numbers.odin keep up the good work and ignore the trolls!
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Did you even read the previous posts? obviously not -.-

He has he's HT Link overclocked to 3.2GHz, i gave him some friendly info saying thats not generally adviced. and i'm the troll? are ye taking the p*ss? lol

I'd love to know why your referring to the cpu/NB as the HT Link.
post #385 of 1646
odin, at a 4.0GHz CPU clock, I can run a 3.0GHz CPU/NB clock at 1.25v. However, at 4.2GHz, I have to raise it to 1.30v. 4.30GHz requires 1.325v and 4.35-4.4GHz requires 1.375v to be rock stable even though I usually run it lower unless I am gaming or multi-tasking.

All he is saying is increasing the HT Link has no impact on memory speed. The only time it is wise to increase HT Link is when you have several high bandwidth PCI devices connected to your board; specifically 2x, 3x, 4x GPU's.

But, I have an idea. Punch those settings back in that you used for that run,and lower your HT Multiplier to 2000 +/- 100MHz.

Asmodean, in general you're correct, but when people step up their HT Link to 3000+ on thurban's and denab's they have proven benchmarks, in general, improve. I doubt it affects memory benchmarks, but maybe odin can show us some results with it lower.
 
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odin, at a 4.0GHz CPU clock, I can run a 3.0GHz CPU/NB clock at 1.25v. However, at 4.2GHz, I have to raise it to 1.30v. 4.30GHz requires 1.325v and 4.35-4.4GHz requires 1.375v to be rock stable even though I usually run it lower unless I am gaming or multi-tasking.

All he is saying is increasing the HT Link has no impact on memory speed. The only time it is wise to increase HT Link is when you have several high bandwidth PCI devices connected to your board; specifically 2x, 3x, 4x GPU's.

But, I have an idea. Punch those settings back in that you used for that run,and lower your HT Multiplier to 2000 +/- 100MHz.

Asmodean, in general you're correct, but when people step up their HT Link to 3000+ on thurban's and denab's they have proven benchmarks, in general, improve. I doubt it affects memory benchmarks, but maybe odin can show us some results with it lower.
Thats all fine and well, but does anyone want to explain to him, that the HyperTransport Link is not the CPU/NB, and the CPU/NB is not the boards chipset lol?

Because i give up trying to help him.
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Maybe becuase it was at auto settings which match cpu/nb?
who knows i know they are two different settings but when its set to auto maybe that was what was pissing you off...
I can see you behind your computer going ******** this kid and his bogus ideas..

Ya tis because it was set at auto...
nothing more nothing less.haha
conversation and annoyance for both over moving on

BWG suggested to show you with lowering it from auto...
This is at 2400



Going to lower the HT more..
at ~2100



going to see what happens at lower HT
~1600


~2900




Im only noticing that this will only affect latency..

For some reason i can not raise my NB higher than 32xx,
Nor will my ram go lower than 8 at 1800...
like the 11.20-11.30 variation im getting..

So why does the CPU have a 4000MHz HT ?
Edited by odin2free - 9/7/11 at 10:43am
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BWG suggested to show you with lowering it from auto...
This is at 2400



Going to lower the HT more..
at ~2100



going to see what happens at lower HT
~1600


~2900




Im only noticing that this will only affect latency..

For some reason i can not raise my NB higher than 32xx,
Nor will my ram go lower than 8 at 1800...
like the 11.20-11.30 variation im getting..

So why does the CPU have a 4000MHz HT ?
Because you have left your HT link frequency on auto, The HT, CPU/NB, CPU, & RAM are running off multiples of the HTRef(FSB). If your using fsb to overclock you will need to manually adjust the components you don't want overclocked with the fsb, as they're going to increase with it.

Eg: 20x CPU Multi running off a 200MHz stock HTLink and your getting a 4.0GHz frequency.

Thats the same as 16x CPU multi running off a 250MHz HTLink frequency, but this will overclock the above mentioned as well if not manually adjusted to match the new fsb value.

The only thing the FSB does is provide a multiplier for components, it's not a component in it's self, it's only there for a reference to the components getting their frequency calculations from it.
Edited by Asmodean - 9/7/11 at 11:36am
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I think your board might be like mine in the bios. The HT Link clock speed shows intead of the multiplier. If you have it set to 2000 MHz then it is x10. 1800 is x9. 1600 is x8......

So, 270 MHz bus needs to be lowered to 1600 or 1400 MHz HT Link in the bios to run close to 2000 and I would always pick over 2000 myself.
 
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post #390 of 1646
Generally a HT speed of around 2400 or so is best but there's no harm in going higher if the system can stand it.
It's also been said before HT speeds going above 2300 with a high OC on everything else will affect stabilty in a bad way - I can't confrim or deny that but I can tell you the CPU-NB speeds will affect RAM performance and the benefits as you go higher will begin to reach a point of diminishing returns.
As long as the system can handle it, good but remember everything has it's limits.
The trick is to figure out the limits of your particular system.
What specifically works for mine may or may not work for yours but the general stuff about OC'ing a system applies.
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