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post #21 of 30
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Originally Posted by ciarlatano View Post

Yeah, because the difference is huge.....an so visible to the naked eye. I know that it really throws me off when I am playing Batfield Front IV: Attack of the Garden Gnomes Revenge and my FPS is 61.4 using 2133 RAM instead of 63.2 using 3200MHz. Because, you know, I can see that difference. tongue.gif
I tried to see the difference, I really did, but couldn't. I figured some of all the fairy dust bowing around was obstructing my view.
Edited by doyll - 12/17/17 at 2:13am
post #22 of 30
TLDR

The difference between 2133 and 2666 ram is less than 5%
post #23 of 30
The difference will depend on the game, obviously. I never said it was an earth shattering level of difference, just that it was a difference. If you want to claim there is no difference, go ahead and be wrong. The fact remains sew333 can attempt to overclock the RAM kit they currently own in lieu of replacing it with another kit. I'm not saying replace the RAM. I'm saying the exact opposite. Not sure why people insist on trolling.
post #24 of 30
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Originally Posted by chessmyantidrug View Post

The difference will depend on the game, obviously. I never said it was an earth shattering level of difference, just that it was a difference. If you want to claim there is no difference, go ahead and be wrong. The fact remains sew333 can attempt to overclock the RAM kit they currently own in lieu of replacing it with another kit. I'm not saying replace the RAM. I'm saying the exact opposite. Not sure why people insist on trolling.

I was actually agreeing with you. So was @doyll. Changing the RAM makes little sense since it is highly unlikely to make any perceptible difference. Sorry if that was unclear, wasn't trolling you at all.
post #25 of 30
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Originally Posted by chessmyantidrug View Post

The difference will depend on the game, obviously. I never said it was an earth shattering level of difference, just that it was a difference. If you want to claim there is no difference, go ahead and be wrong. The fact remains sew333 can attempt to overclock the RAM kit they currently own in lieu of replacing it with another kit. I'm not saying replace the RAM. I'm saying the exact opposite. Not sure why people insist on trolling.
What ciarlatano said, perceptible and perceivable difference is key, not numbers or graph lines .. if I can't notice a difference in my daily uses, it's not enough to worry about .. or spend time changing / overclocking to get.
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post #27 of 30

All those tests use use RAM at the same latency, which is very atypical. And even at that, none of those differences are perceptible to the human eye.
post #28 of 30
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But here differences are large,look:

https://www.purepc.pl/procesory/test_procesora_intel_core_i7_8700k_premiera_coffee_lake?page=0,45

or here:

http://www.eurogamer.pl/articles/2017-10-12-intel-coffee-lake-core-i7-8700k-test[/quote
You can look at scores and see a difference, but if you play the games with RAM at different settings and realize you won't be able tell any difference between them.

Kinda like having a high performance case that will run the quarter mile in 8 seconds. and your buddy's car takes 8.05 seconds. You won't be able to tell the difference going through the quarter mile unless you have both cars running a race, and even then if you are a fraction of a second slow in your reaction time on the tree you will loose the race to your buddy. wink.gif
post #29 of 30
Not sure what to tell you. I've said several times to just overclock your current RAM. Another option is to continue showing us benchmarks until we tell you to buy faster RAM, but that's bad advice.
post #30 of 30
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Originally Posted by chessmyantidrug View Post

Not sure what to tell you. I've said several times to just overclock your current RAM. Another option is to continue showing us benchmarks until we tell you to buy faster RAM, but that's bad advice.

Exactly this.

Or, just leave the RAM alone for the time being since you can't see the differences in those benchmarks with a human eye.
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