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Wondering how much of a difference this will make vs 3000mhz in my R7 1700 box.

It's not going to run on an AMD chip. You need a proper IMC and a 2 dimm board
post #12 of 39
Wow, does GSKill make their own RAM? That's impressive.
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No only like 2 or 3 companies make the IC chips, probably just a maturing process so binning them to higher speeds is becoming possible just like it has been since well around 2000 from what i can remember.
 
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post #14 of 39
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No only like 2 or 3 companies make the IC chips, probably just a maturing process so binning them to higher speeds is becoming possible just like it has been since well around 2000 from what i can remember.

Yeah, in this case they're Samsung IC. Most of the Trident Z line is either Samsung or Hynix.
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post #15 of 39
They did show something like 4500mhz 16-16-16-36 CR2 and 535 trfc at 1.50v last year.

Maybe 4500mhz at CL19 at 1.45v might be possible since they can get 4333mhz CL19 at 1.40v
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So in other words, don't bother? Good to know.
I wouldn't go that far. If it can run a reasonable clock with tighter timings than what's currently on the market, it would still offer better performance.
    
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I wouldn't go that far. If it can run a reasonable clock with tighter timings than what's currently on the market, it would still offer better performance.

Some say its not worth it, others suggest noticeable frametime improvement on a game by game basis. Which is considered the conventional wisdom?
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Some say its not worth it, others suggest noticeable frametime improvement on a game by game basis. Which is considered the conventional wisdom?
I just like having fast RAM for the sake of it, but for gaming I would probably go with a decently priced, somewhat fast kit. I've seen benchmarks showing some FPS improvement from faster RAM, but it's a small improvement and there are diminishing returns.
    
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You mean the one from techspot? That was 4000mhz 19-21-21-41

These are 4333 19-19-19-39 so it could be a slight improvement if the NB clock went up too
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What would be the price of this diamond, for 2x8gigs? I guess a small fortune?
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