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How am I looking?

Pretty good, what voltage are you at, and have you checked for stablity?
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Pretty good, what voltage are you at, and have you checked for stablity?
I'm at 1.55v and ran under prime95 for 10 hours so far. Any room for improvements?
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At last i got to bench my RAM on my rigs. Not bad for such huge amounts.





What i'm wondering now is, why my 2600k is having a higher latency than my Xeon, and why my Xeon is slower than my 2600k.
   
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I'm at 1.55v and ran under prime95 for 10 hours so far. Any room for improvements?

I feel you could get your timings a bit tighter around that voltage, for reference mine do 2400 @ 10-11-11-28 1T 1.61v, im currently checking 2133 @ 9-10-10-27 1T soon as I get a stable voltage ill let you know, currently at 1.54v
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IMO- 

 

you guys do realize that comparing your maxxmem is useless ; unless your CPU is clocked at the same speed right..? For IB.. the IMC is 1:1 with CPU multi.. so every increase in CPU speed = lowering latency and boosting bandwidth a smidge.. 

 

**This is why RAM "looks" better using Maxxmem with CPU @ 4.6ghz vs. 4ghz.

post #646 of 1055
Did some more testing, found a "sweeter" spot for 24/7 use it seems... 2200@ 10-10-10-24 1T 1.47v



@ byomes, I think you should mess around with voltage settings and do some more stability testing with less volts, sure it can be imc/dimm dependent but 1.55v seems like a lot for 2133 @ cas 10
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IMO- 

you guys do realize that comparing your maxxmem is useless ; unless your CPU is clocked at the same speed right..? For IB.. the IMC is 1:1 with CPU multi.. so every increase in CPU speed = lowering latency and boosting bandwidth a smidge.. 

**This is why RAM "looks" better using Maxxmem with CPU @ 4.6ghz vs. 4ghz.



Even after comparing clock by clock, it can't be right that a triple-channel IMC gets beaten by a dual channel IMC. That is why i'm asking myself what is wrong. I'll run a stock test later tomorrow to try to tear apart any differences.
   
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Even after comparing clock by clock, it can't be right that a triple-channel IMC gets beaten by a dual channel IMC. That is why i'm asking myself what is wrong. I'll run a stock test later tomorrow to try to tear apart any differences.

The IMC itself is different and there are improvements in the micro-architecture so directly comparing 1st generation vs 3rd generation i7/Core memory bandwidth is not going to yield linear results.
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Even after comparing clock by clock, it can't be right that a triple-channel IMC gets beaten by a dual channel IMC. That is why i'm asking myself what is wrong. I'll run a stock test later tomorrow to try to tear apart any differences.

The IMC itself is different and there are improvements in the micro-architecture so directly comparing 1st generation vs 3rd generation i7/Core memory bandwidth is not going to yield linear results.

 

 **IMC for SB and IB is locked 1:1 with CPU multi as well... where as X58 and X79 it is not.

 

 To make an "even" comparison against the IMC's;

 

*Have to set both CPU to same Clock, and manually set IMC/NB clock for X58 to 1:1 ... then you be 'starting' off with a closer control to compare bandwidth and latency improvements.  ;)

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