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Originally Posted by AkibaDeep View Post

Can somebody with this board, and 2400MHz Dominator Platinum's run the Aida 64 memory read benchmark and post their result?

I'm finding that running my ram at 2400MHz results in a lower benchmark score, while scaling back to 2200MHz results in a better benchmark score.

 

There's a known bug at 2400mhz on X79 (maybe inherent to Asus boards? I'm not sure).  I don't think there's a fix, most people get better results at 2133mhz with tighter timings.

post #14272 of 14365
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Originally Posted by AkibaDeep View Post

Can somebody with this board, and 2400MHz Dominator Platinum's run the Aida 64 memory read benchmark and post their result?

I'm finding that running my ram at 2400MHz results in a lower benchmark score, while scaling back to 2200MHz results in a better benchmark score.

FWIW, I have 2400Mhz memory running at 2416Mhz and it's fast for me. You can compare what I'm getting to give you a ball park.

I use G.Skill Ripjaw Z , 32GB (4x8GB)

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I'm able to get better memory performance (high 40's) if I mess around with the settings but even where I'm at right now it's giving good response times.



I am not claiming to have the memory fully tweaked either so I would consider this "Average"
post #14273 of 14365
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Originally Posted by Laithan View Post

FWIW, I have 2400Mhz memory running at 2416Mhz and it's fast for me. You can compare what I'm getting to give you a ball park.

I use G.Skill Ripjaw Z , 32GB (4x8GB)

right-click and open in a new tab for hi-res



I'm able to get better memory performance (high 40's) if I mess around with the settings but even where I'm at right now it's giving good response times.



I am not claiming to have the memory fully tweaked either so I would consider this "Average"

Thank you for doing this! hrmmmm, there has to be something wrong on my end.

My results RAM at 2400MHz = 34507MB/s read speed, RAM at 2133MHz = 62205MB/s read speed. im just selecting the stock XMP profiles. latest RIVBE bios. I'm going to try Running my ram slightly faster than 2400 to avoid the 2400MHz bug, or re-flashing my bios to the pre-release one on here and seeing what happens.

I shouldn't have to change the latency's or voltage (left at 1.65, though have tried 1.675 as well) since this RAM is supposed to be able to run at 2400MHz at 1.65 at the stock latency's shown in the pictures.




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post #14274 of 14365
Hmm... I've seen the bug where write performance is impacted but have never come across that one... perhaps some others here have seen it before.

I'm using BIOS 0701 FWIW, I can't do anything but GUESS if another BIOS would address your issue or not.

I'm also using the XMP, manual timings and using the 3rd memory preset (for IVY-e CPUs)

Good luck that's a bugger!
post #14275 of 14365
Updated the firmware a few says ago for my Intel 750 and now just did the Creator's Update for Windows 10, speeds have went up a little:

post #14276 of 14365
nice does anyone know if using a riser cable for pcie will drop the speed down compared to direct connection?
post #14277 of 14365
So whats the general consensus on 2400MHz memory in X79, I am running 16GB two kits (2 X 4GB) of 1866MHz Vengeance memory with same timings.

I ordered a kit of Corsair Dominator Platinum 2400MHz (4 x 4GB), I don't have the RIVBE but the X79 sabertooth. Will I run into problems?
post #14278 of 14365
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Originally Posted by c0ld View Post

So whats the general consensus on 2400MHz memory in X79, I am running 16GB two kits (2 X 4GB) of 1866MHz Vengeance memory with same timings.

I ordered a kit of Corsair Dominator Platinum 2400MHz (4 x 4GB), I don't have the RIVBE but the X79 sabertooth. Will I run into problems?

3930k?

Could have some issue. A lot of SB-E have made it to 2400Mhz speeds, but some haven't. If you do run into an issue, just run 2133Mhz with tighter timings and lower voltage.

I've had a 3960x, two 3970x and a 3930k, all ran 2400Mhz 4x4gb no problem.
post #14279 of 14365
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Originally Posted by c0ld View Post

So whats the general consensus on 2400MHz memory in X79, I am running 16GB two kits (2 X 4GB) of 1866MHz Vengeance memory with same timings.

I ordered a kit of Corsair Dominator Platinum 2400MHz (4 x 4GB), I don't have the RIVBE but the X79 sabertooth. Will I run into problems?

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Originally Posted by MrTOOSHORT View Post

3930k?

Could have some issue. A lot of SB-E have made it to 2400Mhz speeds, but some haven't. If you do run into an issue, just run 2133Mhz with tighter timings and lower voltage.

I've had a 3960x, two 3970x and a 3930k, all ran 2400Mhz 4x4gb no problem.

What ^^ he said. From what I have heard 2133mhz is the sweet spot for x79.
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post #14280 of 14365
Ive had all of my hex Sandybe chips run at 2400 and the 3 3820's I had did past 2700mhz too .
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