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A little simpler:

http://www.hardwaresecrets.com/understanding-ram-timings/

CAS Latency (CL) Impact on RAM Speed, etc.......
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post #12 of 13

depends a lot on what applications your dealing with, and how your measuring 'gains'.. as well as hardware. Not all IMC's are created equally.

 

*Any CPU for X99 chipset is still bottle-necked by Uncore frequency..so it pretty much skews any type of usable info without establishing a base for testing

*SKL would be great to use for testing your theory... but with what type of RAM IC.. and density/amount, # of physical sticks etc.. all of these matter and affect the outcome

*HW is perfect.. but who cares about DDR3 anymore, lmao.

*and on and on etc for every previous gen.

 

 

 My point = its harder to answer your Q. If its platform specific...well then it shouldnt be to difficult to figure out. But dont take someones 'proof' when they are comparing blowfish to oranges.

post #13 of 13
You'd get massive gains in encoding, but minimal gains in games.

http://www.techspot.com/article/1171-ddr4-4000-mhz-performance/
Up to 57% in non gaming tasks and up to 25-30% in gaming.
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