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I think memory timings are a big factor which makes sense. The fetches for each addition has to move quickly between cpu to memory and vise versa at each step. Looking at the scores with tighter timings are getting better scores for the most part. Can we get everyone to post a Cpu-Z with processor and another with memory?

Now who out there has some of that samsung ram at 2600 mhz and 6-6-6-1X-1T timings?
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post #102 of 139
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Originally Posted by Vonnis View Post

Once again, my 3820 at 4.4GHz.




Edit: Is Batchmark super-sensitive to RAM settings? I just noticed Homecinema-PC's screenshot, and it seems his score should be a fair bit lower (better) than mine considering his 3820 is running a cool 600mhz faster than mine.

It might affect it somehow. Try running it with RamDisk, and put the .exe in the ramdrive. That might affect it ALOT.
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I think memory timings are a big factor which makes sense. The fetches for each addition has to move quickly between cpu to memory and vise versa at each step. Looking at the scores with tighter timings are getting better scores for the most part. Can we get everyone to post a Cpu-Z with processor and another with memory?

Now who out there has some of that samsung ram at 2600 mhz and 6-6-6-1X-1T timings?

As a matter of fact, I think that might have a HUGE impact on it! Now that I'm thinking about it, FTW 420 has superclocked Samsung Miracle ram, and his score is INCREDIBLE. I'm deffinitely gonna screw around with this alot tonight and see what I can come up with.
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It might affect it somehow. Try running it with RamDisk, and put the .exe in the ramdrive. That might affect it ALOT.

Unless I did something wrong, the location of the .exe seems to make 0 difference.

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AMD Phenom II x4 830

Total Score= 23409
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From my testing over the last 10 hours or so, cpu clock speed makes very little differance but Ram speed does wonders
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That should be good for the 9th spot once the list is updated

edit:

Ram settings in CPU-Z

DRAM Freq 669.7
FSB.DRAM 3:10
CAS# Lat 9.0
RAS# to CAS# 9
RAS# Precharge 9
Cycle Time 24
Bank Cycle 33
Command Rate 2T
Edited by CallAMedic4U - 2/6/13 at 6:43pm
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From my testing over the last 10 hours or so, cpu clock speed makes very little differance but Ram speed does wonders

Looks like it.
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post #109 of 139
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I think memory timings are a big factor which makes sense. The fetches for each addition has to move quickly between cpu to memory and vise versa at each step. Looking at the scores with tighter timings are getting better scores for the most part. Can we get everyone to post a Cpu-Z with processor and another with memory?

Now who out there has some of that samsung ram at 2600 mhz and 6-6-6-1X-1T timings?

The people dreaming about superpi 32m world records!
No one has memory capable of that speed & timings. Well binned PSC might hit cas6 if well binned & frozen, but we may never see a Trcd that low at 2600Mhz unless some really great new ram comes out.
Agreed with cpu-z main & memory tabs, it's pretty much a standard with any benchmark screenshot.
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As a matter of fact, I think that might have a HUGE impact on it! Now that I'm thinking about it, FTW 420 has superclocked Samsung Miracle ram, and his score is INCREDIBLE. I'm deffinitely gonna screw around with this alot tonight and see what I can come up with.

I use the 2600Mhz samsung HCH9s for benching, the HYKO miracle ram is way better price/performance but just can't keep up with the HCH9 (with my mobos at least). Great stuff for a daily rig though.
I'll have to play with timings more...
    
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Just would like to report a typo in the program, after completing the batch where it says "Press anything to veiw the credits!" "Veiw" should be view. Just a small thing, but it was bugging me. Cheers.

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