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post #6171 of 14842
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Originally Posted by Raja@ASUS View Post

Most of the guys I meet just want their rigs to work as they think they should (the Ln2 types or even those that will get into it are a very small percentage). I spend more time helping the types that just want a working system (even with a killer rig) than those that are looking at getting into tweaking as a hobby or have ambitions for Ln2.

I know. You work for ASUS. I work for an enthusiast website, and the majority of people that I talk to want to bench. We have many threads on every web forum dedicated to tech for expressly that purpose, and the one common theme that is presented by users travelling down that path is how to tweak memory. I can easily show you my PMs here, even, of exactly that.


These users do exist, so that's why I asked for this...in the future. If you'd like to work together toward meeting ASUS users needs, we can talk about that too.
post #6172 of 14842
Unfortunately the real number of benching enthusiasts is rather small in comparison to the customers that come to us asking for help so I'll have to focus my available time on that for now. There is quite a bit of DRAM timing info in the R4E and Maximus guides should someone want to run with a more benching oriented guide.


-Raja
post #6173 of 14842
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Originally Posted by Raja@ASUS View Post

Unfortunately the real number of benching enthusiasts is rather small in comparison to the customers that come to us asking for help so I'll have to focus my available time on that for now. There is quite a bit of DRAM timing info in the R4E and Maximus guides should someone want to run with a more benching oriented guide.


-Raja

OK. I mean, it is really understandable. You have bosses to please.



I'm just trying to grow our industry. At the same time, please do not think that my personal opinions are that of our website...
post #6174 of 14842
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Originally Posted by cadaveca View Post

OK. I mean, it is really understandable. You have bosses to please.



I'm just trying to grow our industry. At the same time, please do not think that my personal opinions are that of our website...


Not at all. This isn't about bosses as much as it is about the reality of what people are doing with PCs these days and what their expectations are of how easy it should be my friend. And there is enough info there for someone to run with if they want.
post #6175 of 14842
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Originally Posted by Raja@ASUS View Post

Not at all. This isn't about bosses as much as it is about the reality of what people are doing with PCs these days and what their expectations are of how easy it should be my friend. And there is enough info there for someone to run with if they want.

true enough. Like 100%, cannot argue against that at all.


I just think that if we can pave the roads for user to travel down well, their journey will be long, and enjoyable. Many users have tried to travel towards more extreme OC'ing, and most will say they had difficulty at some point. I just want to eliminate those roadblocks.


I mean, the number of "pro" benchers that are using my timing tweaks, because they cannot find the info they need...is really shocking to me.tongue.gif

Like...that's many users only option...to ask me...and when I point them to your guides....they all come back.

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So, this is what I have been told is lacking.

It's not like the site I do reviews for caters to an extreme audience...
post #6176 of 14842
Most IO timings are limited by 4 clocks min due to DRAM bus width (read and write transactions). One can also plug most timings into the formula I give in the DRAM pages to work out the latency in ns. It should be quite straightforward for die-hard benchers to be honest with you.
post #6177 of 14842
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Originally Posted by Raja@ASUS View Post

Most IO timings are limited by 4 clocks min due to DRAM bus width (read and write transactions). One can also plug most timings into the formula I give in the DRAM pages to work out the latency in ns. It should be quite straightforward for die-hard benchers to be honest with you.

Yeah, you'd think so.


Unfortunately, that's not always the case.


Like, you give such great info...I'm sorry if I want more.thumb.gif
post #6178 of 14842
Well I don't hold it against you for asking smile.gif
post #6179 of 14842
Hello all..

i just godt my new system up and running..

4930k
R4BE
32gb TridentX 2400MHz
2x EVGA gtx 680 classified SLI
everything is watercooled.

i just ran Valley Benchmark.

1920x1080
High
1 display
Antialising OFF

On my MSI bigbang Xpower was the score 6100 (AVG FPS 146) Both GPUS runs at 98 - 99%

Now on R4BE same settings 4200, (AVG FPS 106) and now the GPUS just runs at 50-70%


And BF4 for example runs like S- - - !!?
post #6180 of 14842
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Originally Posted by SeanEboy View Post

Hey guise! Finally got my scheit together, and alas, my first post!




Can't wait to start tweaking this thing.. Saw so many options in the bios!!

Very Nice & welcome
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