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It's almost time...

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Might I suggest



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On a serious note , I'll have to read back to see what your objectives are.
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Might I suggest



$35.99 thumb.gif

On a serious note , I'll have to read back to see what your objectives are.

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post #9693 of 11691
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Gups the drop in performance is either HD performance related or sse instruction related ( super pi ).

Those are only 2 things that can really cripple Pi.

Im sure if you tested both hd performance and or an app the uses sse besides pi you could find the culprit.

I doubt its 100% memory to blame but i could be wrong...maybe they changed some subtiming that greatly impacts 32m...but that still does not account for game mode...which btw is in lates w10 download. I installed a fresh w10 from a freshly downloaded iso..

Same results.

Sorry Chew, I had not seen your post after cssorkinman as I was in reply mode and not reading thread wink.gif . Otherwise I would have added I'm not contradicting/invalidating your testing wink.gif . Just sharing mine smile.gif .

I have yet to run apps you have and I have read your discussion with Savagebunny several pages back about Pi and I noted them as something I must do, just not had time redface.gif . I was gonna do W7 Pi vs W10C as I have them ready to use. In my thread and here I posted some IBT AVX, W7 vs W10C same GFlop for me. So do wanna do more testing wink.gif .

Your shares are invaluable chap thumb.gif . Our "goals" differ as well, your aiming for max performance/benching, where as I'm going daily/all round setup. And your stability test results on RAM, etc been great to ref thumb.gif .

By HD do you mean 1080P benches?
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Ram prices sure do not make Ryzen a cost effective build anymore redface.gif

I am running this memory at 3200 with 16-16-16-16-34 timings at some pretty high cpu overclocks.

https://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16820231941&cm_re=f4-3200c16d-16gvkb-_-20-231-941-_-Product

Don't get much cheaper then that for 3200 sticks.
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I am running this memory at 3200 with 16-16-16-16-34 timings at some pretty high cpu overclocks.

https://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16820231941&cm_re=f4-3200c16d-16gvkb-_-20-231-941-_-Product

Don't get much cheaper then that for 3200 sticks.

Yea, paid through the nose for RGB lights... RGB is a curse. rolleyes.gif
post #9696 of 11691
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This ram is listed on the Biostar qvl list at 2667. Any opinions? https://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?item=N82E16820231953

 

With those timings and in a quad-DIMM kit, sounds about right. Getting a kit like that to run 3200 (at least on current Biostar BIOS) would take a bit of tweaking and the QVL is oriented around minimal setup time for an average user.

 
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Might I suggest



$35.99 thumb.gif

On a serious note , I'll have to read back to see what your objectives are.

Even cheaper at walmart....

How can you even bench without a bench biggrin.gif *****...

Objective is simple...snipe everything possible vs intel wink.gif
Edited by chew* - 4/23/17 at 11:58am
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Sorry Chew, I had not seen your post after cssorkinman as I was in reply mode and not reading thread wink.gif . Otherwise I would have added I'm not contradicting/invalidating your testing wink.gif . Just sharing mine smile.gif .

I have yet to run apps you have and I have read your discussion with Savagebunny several pages back about Pi and I noted them as something I must do, just not had time redface.gif . I was gonna do W7 Pi vs W10C as I have them ready to use. In my thread and here I posted some IBT AVX, W7 vs W10C same GFlop for me. So do wanna do more testing wink.gif .

Your shares are invaluable chap thumb.gif . Our "goals" differ as well, your aiming for max performance/benching, where as I'm going daily/all round setup. And your stability test results on RAM, etc been great to ref thumb.gif .

By HD do you mean 1080P benches?

Add this to compare gups.

1002 vs 0098 bios same os compares your running in 32m pi and you will see exactly what i mean.

HD = hard drive.
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Add this to compare gups.

1002 vs 0098 bios same os compares your running in 32m pi and you will see exactly what i mean.

HD = hard drive.

Will do UEFI/AGESA smile.gif , I may have some already for some things I did. HDD I don't use for OS but storage aspect only. SSDs I have are SATA and nothing special, Samsung EVO 840 250GB for W7, Crucial MX 100 250GB for W10C. Will try some storage oriented benches as well smile.gif .
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With those timings and in a quad-DIMM kit, sounds about right. Getting a kit like that to run 3200 (at least on current Biostar BIOS) would take a bit of tweaking and the QVL is oriented around minimal setup time for an average user.

Yes, I am sure It will give you what they say it will.

Here is my humble opinion. Running quad on a dual controller is a minor gimp right off the bat. Sure you can get some good performance but it is none the less a dual controller dealing with quad sticks. While BIOS improvements will most likely improve the performance of this however I don't see it ever matching a good dual setup. Lets be honest, 8 cores does not require 4 channel memory. Probably not even 12 cores (though there could be an argument made for it). !6 cores + is where you really need the quad memory controller.

Dual is more native to your system and frankly I don't like the price of them. lol
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