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Optane results when caching a HDD are impressive.

I'm wondering how it will be pair with my older SATA SSDs which aren't exactly screamers. It will certainly offer an improvement for low queue depth workloads, but enough to be noticeable outside benchmarks? The price is low enough I may buy to experiment with....

Thanks for the input Briank, I'm hoping that it will increase performance even with fast SSD's as far as I understand it is like a bridge between RAM and your SSD, and I'm probably going to pick up the 32 GB version and see if it has any effect on load times and performance in games.

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Before I forget, on your voltages and speed. you can see from the 7700 OC guide what other are using for voltages
http://www.overclock.net/t/1621347/kaby-lake-overclocking-guide-with-statistics

You could probably run "around" 5.0 at like 1.35v if you try or close. If your not familar with manual OC, I think Asus suite3 has area when it auto OC that it asks for max OC speed along with cooling solution used, at least that is what I remember seeing in you-tube vid. I never used it.

On the Intel Optane memory that is available now for end users, you have to remember its a caching system, it is not ram or SSD storage.
So were it is very helpful is if you have slow HDD this will help when reopening app, it will be much faster. In other words it trys to store what it thinks you use most and then use it to speed up read/load times.

If you already have fast SSD or M2 I don't think it worth it so much, it will still have low latency, but does it really mater for gamer ?
I don't think so.

Edit: I see you have 850evo like me, I would wait for comparisons with faster SSD to see if its worth it.

Thank you again, I'm going to looking to the 7700 OC thread and start playing with the voltage and see how low i can drop it and still maintain 5.2 GHz and if I have to then I might drop it to 5.0 as I want to maintain the longevity of my components. Also thank you for your insight into the Intel Optane Memory, I'm looking into picking up a 1 TB intel M.2 drive versus the Intel Optane memory and since i already have a 1 TB Samsung 850 Evo SSD, I think it will be the better investment!
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Yeah you'd be better off just putting the money into a bigger/better SSD rather than Optane. Results I've seen only really show an improvement when accelerating mechanical drives, not SSDs
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Yeah you'd be better off just putting the money into a bigger/better SSD rather than Optane. Results I've seen only really show an improvement when accelerating mechanical drives, not SSDs

yeah though it would be interesting to see the exact performace boost on a decent rig with a quality SSD like the Samsung 850 Evo!
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