Originally Posted by -n7-
I have a feeling these kits will do rather well with CAS 6.
You may have to use a different ratio though.
Instead of 3:4 maybe 2:3 or even some 1:2 if the board doesn't mind using those.
I'm having trouble using different multipliers other then 2.4 and 2.66. For example 400 FSB x 3.0 (1200mhz) doesn't even boot, while I know it's a piece of cake for that memory.
Originally Posted by Trippen Out
wow do you have some proof of this. i always thought the 1:1 was the best id be interested in seeing some benchmarks with the your system running at 1:1 and 3:4 and see which yeild higher results. by the way how much did that kit cost.
Sure there is tons of proof about this. Also memory doesn't clock as well when at 1:1 ratio, at least not on the UD3P. I might post up some proof later if you like, but right I'm focussing on testing the maximum speeds at various settings.
Here I achieved the maximum speed with CL4. 1 FSB more and it spams errors at me
Edit: for the record, this is much slower then 1261 @ CL5. Maybe this is nice on an nVidia board, but not in my case. I'm getting 8981 mb/s write speed, while at 1261 I'm getting over 10.000 mb/s.Edited by Acoma_Andy - 5/23/09 at 10:50am