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thanks, and the 1440p med and ultra settings mirror the 1080p ultra. link
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strange...

At 1920x1080 @ medium there's a noticeable difference in average and minimum fps in this last article.

But not at 1920x1080 @ ultra, and not at 2560x1440 @ medium and @ ultra ???


I also would like to see a third party benchmark(non corsair) with a Nvidia GPU
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strange...

At 1920x1080 @ medium there's a noticeable difference in average and minimum fps in this last article.

But not at 1920x1080 @ ultra, and not at 2560x1440 @ medium and @ ultra ???

i assume it's still gpu bound even with a 290x, especially at 1440p . i couldn't tell what aa settings they were on though.
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strange...

At 1920x1080 @ medium there's a noticeable difference in average and minimum fps in this last article.

But not at 1920x1080 @ ultra, and not at 2560x1440 @ medium and @ ultra ???


I also would like to see a third party benchmark(non corsair) with a Nvidia GPU

the more gpu bound/ gpu limited the less memory advantage
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I use a single gtx670, which is close with a 7950 like in rivaxstorm's benchmark. So I would probably get noticeable higher average fps when I go from 1600Mhz RAM to 2133Mhz RAM, playing at medium settings (need them fps for my 144hz monitor), or maybe high settings if g-sync is any good next year?
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I use a single gtx670, which is close with a 7950 like in rivaxstorm's benchmark. So I would probably get noticeable higher average fps when I go from 1600Mhz RAM to 2133Mhz RAM, playing at medium settings (need them fps for my 144hz monitor), or maybe high settings if g-sync is any good next year?

for an overclocked 670, with a decent cpu, then yes from what rivaxstor is showing, i would assume it would increase your ave fps and max's especially. keep in mind deferred aa will severely limit the fps and make more work for the gpu, so you will have to keep it low to stay above 60 fps and make good use out of the 144hz and larger ram bandwidth.
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for an overclocked 670, with a decent cpu, then yes from what rivaxstor is showing, i would assume it would increase your ave fps and max's especially. keep in mind deferred aa will severely limit the fps and make more work for the gpu, so you will have to keep it low to stay above 60 fps and make good use out of the 144hz and larger ram bandwidth.

of course OC'ed biggrin.gif

Gonna try a BIOS update on the card to unlock the voltage in a couple of days or weeks to (try to) get it around 1250-1300Mhz on the core (now hovering between 1189-1202). He's using the same CPU but mine is just at 4.2Ghz at this moment.

I play BF3 mostly on medium and in most maps it's above 110fps depending on map size and players etc (when just moving around). Don't know about the dips when i'm in 'full action' biggrin.gif, not looking at the fps during those moments tongue.gif
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I am also curious about compability. I have a p8z68-v pro/gen3. I checked all the 2400mhz modules on g.skill and none of the z68 boards are on the qvl. My board is on the qvl for the op´s memory sticks, but since I have the opportunity to get 2400 mhz for the same price, I thought why not and got curious. The particular ones im talking about are Kingston, and they do mention z68 boards on its page but nothing about the specific mobo I have. Any thoughts would be welcome.

The ones Im particular interested in are http://www.kingston.com/datasheets/KHX24C11T2K2_8X.pdf.
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I am also curious about compability. I have a p8z68-v pro/gen3. I checked all the 2400mhz modules on g.skill and none of the z68 boards are on the qvl. My board is on the qvl for the op´s memory sticks, but since I have the opportunity to get 2400 mhz for the same price, I thought why not and got curious. The particular ones im talking about are Kingston, and they do mention z68 boards on its page but nothing about the specific mobo I have. Any thoughts would be welcome.

The ones Im particular interested in are http://www.kingston.com/datasheets/KHX24C11T2K2_8X.pdf.

Ignore the "compatible RAM" sheets from motherboard manufacturers... they are usually out of date and contain a tiny range. They are more designed for those people who really have no idea what they are doing and what guarenteed compatibility.

So long as your board can handle the speed and it's DDR3 (correct channels too), it'll be fine.
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