Originally Posted by tahayassen
After some stability testing, 1600 MHz resulted in: 6-8-7-16-27. I'm going to benchmark this, switch to 1900 MHz and see if I can lower the timings and then benchmark again. I'll compare the results and post back here.
FYI- Usually you are limited in reducing latency as the frequency increases because one clock cycle in real time decreases as frequency increases. So you may or may not be able to lower the latency when you increase the frequency but the "real time" of the latency settings will still be reduced slightly. Often you actually need to increase the latency to run the RAM stable at a higher frequency.
It's worth noting that synthetic benches show theoretical performance changes which can be much different than how actual applications perform with OC'd RAM.Edited by AMD4ME - 6/23/12 at 1:42pm