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Poll Results: How many years have you owned your X58 - Tylersburg platofrm?

 
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post #12871 of 13157
Well I ordered some 12GB 2000MHz RAM so I will see if it is any different than my 6GB 1600MHz 7-8-7-20 1T RAM.

Anyone notice any difference after getting higher speed RAM even if there is none it will be nice having a higher capacity.
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You should notice a difference if you can run them at 2000mhz and have 12gb instead of 6gb. You'll probably notice more of a difference from the extra RAM than anything else. Although higher frequency memory usually means more stable FPS in games so there's that as well, as long as you're not giving up much in terms of latency. 7-8-7-20 1T is nice for 1600mhz. Which kits are you referencing?
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I notice the sweet spot on x58 is typically around 1800-1900 for me. I've used 5 different types of memory, typically going to 1900+ requires loosening timings on almost all of the memory I've tried. This makes the extra frequency not worth the change in timings unless you can reach 21-2200, which is hard on x58.
post #12874 of 13157
I'm just sad that we can't buy RAM kits today that perform like the old Elpida Hypers did years ago. 2000Mhz 7-7-7 yes please. If I could only find a good set of Corsair Dominator GTs. Some were doing 1866 CL6.
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post #12875 of 13157

These were pretty good... but can't find 2 more sticks, and 6gb isn't enough these days.

attachment.php?attachmentid=165571&stc=1&d=1358234371

Image taken from when I first setup my x58 920 co on a quirky MSI XPOWER mobo.
Edited by EMUracing - 11/21/17 at 4:40am
post #12876 of 13157
In all the experiments I've done with my RAM, I only ever noticed a difference with capacity. I ran my RAM everywhere from 1600 6-7-6-18 1T to 2050 8-9-8-22 1T and never felt a difference in performance.
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In all the experiments I've done with my RAM, I only ever noticed a difference with capacity. I ran my RAM everywhere from 1600 6-7-6-18 1T to 2050 8-9-8-22 1T and never felt a difference in performance.

You won't "feel" a difference. It's simply minor improvements that can only really be measured. But if your into benchmarking at all or just trying to improve the efficiency of your system and squeeze as much out as possible, the higher performance RAM will make a difference.
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post #12878 of 13157
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Originally Posted by EMUracing View Post


These were pretty good... but can't find 2 more sticks, and 6gb isn't enough these days.

attachment.php?attachmentid=165571&stc=1&d=1358234371

Image taken from when I first setup my x58 920 co on a quirky MSI XPOWER mobo.

Hrm you have 4x4GB there? Interested in selling? Would work on my 3970X quite well.

EDIT nvm I see they're 2GB modules.
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You won't "feel" a difference. It's simply minor improvements that can only really be measured. But if your into benchmarking at all or just trying to improve the efficiency of your system and squeeze as much out as possible, the higher performance RAM will make a difference.
I think it's incredibly silly to chase performance for benchmarks that tell you nothing about everyday use. I ran benchmarks at various speeds so people could see comparisons. People like comparisons.

Here's 1600 6-7-6-18 1T with 3200 uncore versus 3600 uncore.


Here's 2050 8-9-8-22 1T.


Pretty big difference in bandwidth, but I couldn't feel a difference.
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You should notice a difference if you can run them at 2000mhz and have 12gb instead of 6gb. You'll probably notice more of a difference from the extra RAM than anything else. Although higher frequency memory usually means more stable FPS in games so there's that as well, as long as you're not giving up much in terms of latency. 7-8-7-20 1T is nice for 1600mhz. Which kits are you referencing?

My current 2GB ones are 1600MHz Corsair Dominator GT's.
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I'm just sad that we can't buy RAM kits today that perform like the old Elpida Hypers did years ago. 2000Mhz 7-7-7 yes please. If I could only find a good set of Corsair Dominator GTs. Some were doing 1866 CL6.

Which set are they. I know where there is a set of 2000MHz GT's for sale. But the rated CL's are way higher than what you quoted.
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