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post #11 of 14
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My NB is already overclocked at 2400MHz, I dunno if increasing it to 2600 would help.
post #12 of 14
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Hmm, according to CPU-Z my NB frequency is at 2000 MHz. This seems quite low, right?

The 2400MHz I was referring to was the CPU-NB frequency which I changed by adjusting the CPU-NB Ratio. I'm guessing this is different to the NB frequency?

Strange though, my BIOS doesn't have an option to alter NB frequency, although you can change the voltage (currently at 1.275V).

Memory still has a latency of ~60ns and performs poorly in other areas according to performance test, which is around twice the amount that any modern memory should have.
post #13 of 14
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Originally Posted by Mongoose135 View Post

Hmm, according to CPU-Z my NB frequency is at 2000 MHz. This seems quite low, right?

The 2400MHz I was referring to was the CPU-NB frequency which I changed by adjusting the CPU-NB Ratio. I'm guessing this is different to the NB frequency?

Strange though, my BIOS doesn't have an option to alter NB frequency, although you can change the voltage (currently at 1.275V).

Memory still has a latency of ~60ns and performs poorly in other areas according to performance test, which is around twice the amount that any modern memory should have.

It's the cpu-nb frequency that's you should try and oc.

60ns ain't that bad, got 63.7ns on mine. Can get mine down to ~50ns with some OC
Edited by Glends - 1/30/13 at 2:11pm
post #14 of 14
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Ah ok. I was just comparing my results to other memories benchmarks, so I guess the benchmarks don't actually reflect real life performance then.
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