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I just did a quick test in multiplayer to compare 1600 (9-9-9-24 1t) vs 2400mhz (10-12-12-311t) ram. I joined a 64p Paracel Storm game as spectator and went to a specific spot and ran the fraps benchmark. Here is a quick graph I made: http://gyazo.com/79b80b64e3f0fb6255bf981601544dcb

If you just want the numbers: http://gyazo.com/b304729cfe8169c3f724a11695ab77fb

And if you want to see what I did:
2400mhz http://youtu.be/iNuEBHbfMG8
1600mhz http://youtu.be/oiPgOEVGItI (forgot to turn the fps graph - oops)

Specs/Settings:
4770K @ 4.6 HT OFF
GTX670 @ 1250Mhz core / 3500Mhz mem
2x4GB 2400Mhz 10-12-12-31 1T
Settings LOW in-game except texture filtering which is HIGH
Edited by 90N1NE - 10/31/13 at 8:22am
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I just did a quick test in multiplayer to compare 1600 (9-9-9-24 1t) vs 2400mhz (10-12-12-311t) ram. I joined a 64p Paracel Storm game as spectator and went to a specific spot and ran the fraps benchmark. Here is a quick graph I made: http://gyazo.com/79b80b64e3f0fb6255bf981601544dcb

If you just want the numbers: http://gyazo.com/b304729cfe8169c3f724a11695ab77fb

And if you want to see what I did:
2400mhz http://youtu.be/iNuEBHbfMG8
1600mhz http://youtu.be/oiPgOEVGItI (forgot to turn the fps graph - oops)

Specs/Settings:
4770K @ 4.6 HT OFF
GTX670 @ 1250Mhz core / 3500Mhz mem
2x4GB 2400Mhz 10-12-12-31 1T
Settings LOW in-game except texture filtering which is HIGH

Possible to repeat on Ultra preset?
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Yeah!

Awesome research, bumping for 90NINE!
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Very interesting, thanks for the info on the 1600Mhz. thumb.gif

I think I wait upgrading my RAM because it is so expensive atm. First I upgrade CPU MOBO and GPU seems the best option and wait with the RAM or overclock.
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Very interesting, thanks for the info on the 1600Mhz. thumb.gif

I think I wait upgrading my RAM because it is so expensive atm. First I upgrade CPU MOBO and GPU seems the best option and wait with the RAM or overclock.

depends on your graphics demandings whether ram upgrade is worth it or not.

If you play on low/middle settings for more fps, go for the faster ram. If you play on ultra settings go for the cpu/gpu
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Sooo if you are playing in ultra in 1080p it does not matter if your ram is 1600 or 2400 ??
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Sooo if you are playing in ultra in 1080p it does not matter if your ram is 1600 or 2400 ??
I would say in almost all cases yes and that is because the GPU is limiting the rest of the system. Your computer can only produce as many frames as the slowest component allows and if you play on ultra, that component is the GPU unless you have some crazy multi-gpu setup.
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Sooo if you are playing in ultra in 1080p it does not matter if your ram is 1600 or 2400 ??

only if you are heavily gpu limited. If you have 4x titan , in Ultra 2400mhz will be better, because you are cpu limited
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Heey guys, I overclocked my corsair vengeance from 1600mhz to 1866. Are these timings ok? 11-11-11-28
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Are you the thread owner from here?
http://www.computerbase.de/forum/showthread.php?t=1271517

I'm guessing so - because your name is identical.

Two things:
-Why do you only have 8GB?
-Was this on the BETA or final release?

EDIT:
So looking at other people's benchmarks - there's barely ANY difference between 2400/2100 and 1600? That comes to no surprise to me.
In fact the difference they had would have been linked down to the game - as even with the SAME SETTINGS you'll get different benchmarks.

If you ask me, OP - your RAM was considerably bottlenecked:
1.
1333 is slower than the optimal 1600 that most people have
2.
4GB isn't enough. BF4 uses over 6GB for me. You bottleneck your RAM it's going to be stressed - and then of course faster ram will come out on top.


Don't get me wrong - get FASTER RAM if there's no price difference between them.
But get 8-16GB of it is a must if we're talking about BF4 benchmarks.


Here's some benchmarks ALL at 16GB of corsair vengeance: 1600mhz - 9-9-9-24 - 2N, i7 3770k@4.5ghz with a GTX680 - notice how the benchmarks VARY SO MUCH - despite my setup being identical and never changing - running ULTRA @1080P:


2013-11-01 02:02:13 - bf4
Frames: 16868 - Time: 208886ms - Avg: 80.752 - Min: 23 - Max: 168

2013-11-01 02:06:30 - bf4
Frames: 24515 - Time: 401515ms - Avg: 61.056 - Min: 32 - Max: 102

2013-11-01 02:20:42 - bf4
Frames: 5816 - Time: 95831ms - Avg: 60.690 - Min: 27 - Max: 81

2013-11-01 23:14:12 - bf4
Frames: 29951 - Time: 428551ms - Avg: 69.889 - Min: 32 - Max: 145

2013-11-01 23:24:10 - bf4
Frames: 82714 - Time: 1237837ms - Avg: 66.821 - Min: 16 - Max: 190

2013-11-04 17:38:08 - bf4
Frames: 25243 - Time: 362452ms - Avg: 69.645 - Min: 33 - Max: 95

2013-11-04 22:41:19 - bf4
Frames: 5614 - Time: 66690ms - Avg: 84.181 - Min: 49 - Max: 107
Edited by Totally Dubbed - 11/6/13 at 4:54am
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