Originally Posted by NZi
Ah thanks to both of you + rep
. I found its faster at 250 and the x10 then 240 with x10.5 with the everest benchmark.
I have found that higher HTT speeds with a lower multiplier (even if the RAM speed is still the same) usually ends up being faster as well. I'm not talking RAM dividers, I'm talking about RAM speed (as close as I could get to the same at least).
I tried running 200x9 with the 250 divider
250x7.5 with the 200 divider
325x5.5 with the 166 divider (might have used 6x multi, don't remember)
And the higher the HTT speed was, the faster my memory benchmarks came out to be. Even though my memory speeds were just about equal on each run.
Yet another reason why I need to find a board capable of 350+ HTT stable with a dual core....