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I'll see if I can get more from it later.
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My RAM @ 1760 is better than @ 1866 but the individual scores at 1866 are higher. How does that work?

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Edited by tw33k - 4/20/12 at 11:34pm
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My RAM @ 1760 is better than @ 1866 but the individual scores at 1866 are higher. How does that work?
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I have noticed the same thing.I get comparatively low maxxmem scores when running 1800+,even with CL6 timings.
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latency vs clock


Amd hurts when it comes to bandwidth though...

As long as the latency is at LEAST in the 50's with the highest bandwidth you can get... good 2 go.


unfortunately the latency is almost proportionally tied to NB clock... If a bulldozer could get up to around 2.8ghx NB easily... It would be a lot better.

best I can do stable with my PH2:

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finaly on amd
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Having Internet issues, Don't know when i will be able to update list, Sorry.

 

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Having Internet issues, Don't know when i will be able to update list, Sorry.

no pressure... no worries...

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I'm jelly of Kryton's mem bandwith biggrin.gif
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Is there something wrong with your setup? That's 7.xx GB/s. whats your NB running at? Post the Memory tab too. No offense, but that is an abysmal score for DDR3.

The two overclocks I'm juggling on my right now:

The rig below at 203FSB, relatively low voltages.
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Same rig, very high 266FSB, however clock speeds and NB are similar. Memory is similar speed after overclock, although downclocked to 800 to counter the increase in 266. Despite the similar clocks for CPU, NB, and memory, this setup requires much much more voltage for some reason.
673

Finally broke the 9.0GBs barrier with my 3-year old DDR2 HyperXs. The 266FSB OC is not completely stable yet though, not sure why, as clocks are pretty much in line with the FSB203 overclock, albeit at much higher voltages to remain even remotely stable.

Just some food for throught. Upping the NB speed has a huge improvement on AMD setups.
 
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Is there something wrong with your setup? That's 7.xx GB/s. whats your NB running at? Post the Memory tab too. No offense, but that is an abysmal score for DDR3.
The two overclocks I'm juggling on my right now:
The rig below at 203FSB, relatively low voltages.
670
Same rig, very high 266FSB, however clock speeds and NB are similar. Memory is similar speed after overclock, although downclocked to 800 to counter the increase in 266. Despite the similar clocks for CPU, NB, and memory, this setup requires much much more voltage for some reason.
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Finally broke the 9.0GBs barrier with my 3-year old DDR2 HyperXs. The 266FSB OC is not completely stable yet though, not sure why, as clocks are pretty much in line with the FSB203 overclock, albeit at much higher voltages to remain even remotely stable.
Just some food for throught. Upping the NB speed has a huge improvement on AMD setups.

ok that was big info, im on stock settings now smile.gif
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