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2400CL10 Or 2160 CL8?

post #1 of 19
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Which is faster, ram timings in CPUZ is best I can do and its at 2.46V redface.gif
Its a water cooled tidrent X CL10 2x8GB


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post #2 of 19
I was always told that the frequency is better for an AMD cpu because of the northbridge, with intel it was timings due to the IMC.
post #3 of 19
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I was always told that the frequency is better for an AMD cpu because of the northbridge, with intel it was timings due to the IMC.

Isnt that the other way around?

AMD Cpu's bottlenecked by the bandwith of the NB so Timings>Frequency

INTEL Frequency>Timings

*Not completely sure though
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Isnt that the other way around?

AMD Cpu's bottlenecked by the bandwith of the NB so Timings>Frequency

INTEL Frequency>Timings

*Not completely sure though

That's my understanding on it.
post #5 of 19
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Isnt that the other way around?

AMD Cpu's bottlenecked by the bandwith of the NB so Timings>Frequency

INTEL Frequency>Timings

*Not completely sure though
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That's my understanding on it.

Ditto iRUSH, I think it's Frequency for Intel and Timings for AMD because of the northbridge.
post #6 of 19
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Originally Posted by prescotter View Post

Isnt that the other way around?

AMD Cpu's bottlenecked by the bandwith of the NB so Timings>Frequency

INTEL Frequency>Timings

*Not completely sure though

Yup ^ Pretty much.
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post #7 of 19
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I just feel like theres some kind of hardware access plorbem, so one at 2400 past 1.83V wouldn't boot.
Could OC past 2450 lol.

So yeah I think in CL to clock percentage 2160 CL8 is faster right? biggrin.gif
post #8 of 19
I remember one time I read something on how to check if ram is faster, better yet like doing a comparison on latency, the CL denotes how many cycles the RAM needs from when it gets request until it's ready to deliver.

So it's something like this:

CL10 / 2450Mhz = 0.0040
CL8 / 2160Mhz = 0.0037

So the CL8 should be faster compared to the 2450, but maybe you need to change the CL of the 2450 to get it stable at that speed.

Did you try to bump the CL a little on the 2450mhz? maybe that's the problem tongue.gif
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post #9 of 19
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Yes lol, CL11 dosen't change anything
I thought I would be overclocking(like it advertised on Gskill unlock the oc power lol) ,had this ram for more than a 1year.

(Tidrent X was only a few dollars more than 1866 normal RAM lol)

I think I might need to change the back timings on the RAM, don't think the main timings would have been the plorbem tongue.gif

It can over volt past 1.83V at any thing below 2200MHZ, but 2400 or past only boots with voltage below 1.83V which dosen't make senese lol.
So I just susspect that its hardware acces plrobem
Edited by Iwamotto Tetsuz - 11/12/15 at 1:51pm
post #10 of 19
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I had gave you a rep josepi for calcualting ram speed on CL to MHZ percentage
Its really helpfull
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