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CSS - 2400 CL10

Frames: 7583 - Time: 30000ms - Avg: 252.767 - Min: 188 - Max: 382

Frames: 7592 - Time: 30000ms - Avg: 253.067 - Min: 188 - Max: 381

CSS - 1600 CL11

Frames: 7607 - Time: 30000ms - Avg: 253.567 - Min: 188 - Max: 382

Frames: 7596 - Time: 30000ms - Avg: 253.200 - Min: 188 - Max: 382

Difference, ZERO.

I am getting benches for 'Sleeping Dogs' and 'Tomb Raider' as well. Hold tight.
What was the first bench of?

I forgot to specify, that is the Counter-strike Source benchmark.

Here are the others.

They are 1600/2400.

All of them show basically no difference.

Now if I were to run superpi, or fold, or something along the lines, yeah there would be more difference.







post #42 of 46
What do your tertiary timings look like? That makes a really big difference in scores...if it's all auto or xmp. Maybe you can do better?
EDIT: Post maxxmem too, seems like your 2400 config is slower than 1600 there.
Edited by ivanlabrie - 4/19/13 at 11:52pm
post #43 of 46
This is what I expected with the results. Thanks for doing the benches.
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post #44 of 46
The sammies are absolutely fine.

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Hmmm, it's still strange that you get lower numbers with them at high clocks. Something doesn't add up tongue.gif
Don't worry though, it's still fun to oc ram and I wouldn't get a lesser performing kit for a 10 or 20 buck difference.
That's just me though, I like to oc things and would regret buying a low bin kit which doesn't oc at all.
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wow thanks for the benching guys!! thumb.gif
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