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The CPU does effects the performance of the RAM for sure. Hard to tell what's your case though.

Ok so thanks to the new 337.50 Beta driver I am no longer CPU bound in Far Cry 3!!! I can now hold 96fps almost perfectly and my cpu usage does not peak above 85% (before it was constantly hitting 95%) GTX 770 Lightning usage is now at 94% solid with Vsync on! (Running it at 1359MHz)

Previously I was planning on upgrading to Haswell-E but now I'm wondering if I should just watercool what I've got and wait until Broadwell-E (or at least try) since the DDR4 price to performance ratio will improve rapidly for the first year.

EDIT: Ok so it's actually still hitting as low as 70fps in Amanaki village which is still a massive bump from the 60fps low I had before.

How much does ram performance affect fps? It seems memory is overlooked by everyone...
Edited by cookieboyeli - 4/9/14 at 11:43pm
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16GB G-Skill Ripjaws-X 1600Mhz overclocked to 2133Mhz
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16GB G-Skill Ripjaws-X 1600Mhz overclocked to 2133Mhz

Can you clock that to as close as possible to 1866MHz @ 8-9-9-24-2T and bench it again? I'm curious how much difference the CPU really makes in memory performance. Looks like it'll be massive...
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Can you clock that to as close as possible to 1866MHz @ 8-9-9-24-2T and bench it again? I'm curious how much difference the CPU really makes in memory performance. Looks like it'll be massive...

I was only able to do 1866 at 10-10-10-26 and it crashed just before I could save a pic.

But the read copy speed was 27,000 (something), read speed was about 21,000, and write speed was around 22 to 23,000.

I found that increasing the timing (loosening it) actually increased my performance.

When I had my RAM at 1600 at 9-9-9-24, and overclocked it to 2133 at the loose timings, it was FAR superior in all copy, read, write and latency tests.
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I was only able to do 1866 at 10-10-10-26 and it crashed just before I could save a pic.

But the read copy speed was 27,000 (something), read speed was about 21,000, and write speed was around 22 to 23,000.

I found that increasing the timing (loosening it) actually increased my performance.

When I had my RAM at 1600 at 9-9-9-24, and overclocked it to 2133 at the loose timings, it was FAR superior in all copy, read, write and latency tests.

Thanks +1 rep

This is Interesting though, while I did manage to get my RAM http://bit.ly/1kP9lDz pretty close to 2000 on the stock timings (put 1.8v on it just because) I had nowhere near your scores. Everything was below 10,000 with the total memory score below 12 GB/s. (No pics as it's been a month since I had it set like that). My motherboard needs to be RMA'd though because it won't boot when I touch the CPU multiplier at all. That's not the only thing wrong though so changing ANYTHING is murder (Asrock Extreme9 990FX). Yet for some reason overclocking with the FSB gets me to 4.5 GHz no problem.
Edited by cookieboyeli - 4/10/14 at 7:37pm
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Thanks +1 rep

This is Interesting though, while I did manage to get my RAM http://bit.ly/1kP9lDz pretty close to 2000 on the stock timings (put 1.8v on it just because) I had nowhere near your scores. Everything was below 10,000 with the total memory score below 12 GB/s. (No pics as it's been a month since I had it set like that). My motherboard needs to be RMA'd though because it won't boot when I touch the CPU multiplier at all. That's not the only thing wrong though so changing ANYTHING is murder (Asrock Extreme9 990FX). Yet for some reason overclocking with the FSB gets me to 4.5 GHz no problem.

I have finally settled on a frequency of 2133Mhz from 1600Mhz stock at the timings of 10-12-11-27-2T. I have increased voltage from 1.5V to 1.575V.

Compared to 1600Mhz at even 9-9-9-24 I was getting MUCH LOWER copy, read and write scores compared to when I relaxed timings and increased frequency. I even got a score of 24.08gb/s.

I have found that sometimes relaxing timings actually INCREASED my performance! So wierd. I have an i5 4670K at 4.4 so this also helps with the scores.

What are your specs? Dunno why you are getting scores below 10k for all tests?

BTW Thx for the rep smile.gif
Edited by HeLeX63 - 4/10/14 at 9:33pm
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I have finally settled on a frequency of 2133Mhz from 1600Mhz stock at the timings of 10-12-11-27-2T. I have increased voltage from 1.5V to 1.575V.

Compared to 1600Mhz at even 9-9-9-24 I was getting MUCH LOWER copy, read and write scores compared to when I relaxed timings and increased frequency. I even got a score of 24.08gb/s.

I have found that sometimes relaxing timings actually INCREASED my performance! So wierd. I have an i5 4670K at 4.4 so this also helps with the scores.

What are your specs? Dunno why you are getting scores below 10k for all tests?

BTW Thx for the rep smile.gif

Yea, not enough people are giving rep these days (or so all the members from pre-2010 say) and rep is suppose to be given for helpful posts ALWAYS. That and you need 35 rep to sell in the marketplace. At this rate I'll never get there... sad-smiley-002.gif

I misremembered about the scores! I think I meant when it was overclocked into the 1900's the total bandwidth was below 10GB/s.

Here's a bench from just now. Latency is usually around 49-52ns so I don't know what's up with the 150. I'm also at a loss for why it isn't reading all the values...

I'm going to be getting an ASUS Crosshair V Formula Z soon so I'll redo all my overclocks after I get that. (Could be a few weeks)
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Yea, not enough people are giving rep these days (or so all the members from pre-2010 say) and rep is suppose to be given for helpful posts ALWAYS. That and you need 35 rep to sell in the marketplace. At this rate I'll never get there... sad-smiley-002.gif

I misremembered about the scores! I think I meant when it was overclocked into the 1900's the total bandwidth was below 10GB/s.

Here's a bench from just now. Latency is usually around 49-52ns so I don't know what's up with the 150. I'm also at a loss for why it isn't reading all the values...

I'm going to be getting an ASUS Crosshair V Formula Z soon so I'll redo all my overclocks after I get that. (Could be a few weeks)

Yeah it has taken me a while getting rep, been a member since 2010 and 140 posts, even when I was in some threads the only person helping and whom has successfully helped, yet the hard work goes unnoticed :/

The reason for your low scores could it be your CPU? Cause Intel always seem to own in these tests regarding ram.

The reason for your 150 latency is because you have exited the application more than twice or when you change your priority settings in the options, makes it forget your system specs and throws a random latency number. Restarting this fixes it.

Here is another shot, getting closer to the 24 GB/s area...
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Originally Posted by cookieboyeli View Post

Yea, not enough people are giving rep these days (or so all the members from pre-2010 say) and rep is suppose to be given for helpful posts ALWAYS. That and you need 35 rep to sell in the marketplace. At this rate I'll never get there... sad-smiley-002.gif

I misremembered about the scores! I think I meant when it was overclocked into the 1900's the total bandwidth was below 10GB/s.

Here's a bench from just now. Latency is usually around 49-52ns so I don't know what's up with the 150. I'm also at a loss for why it isn't reading all the values...

I'm going to be getting an ASUS Crosshair V Formula Z soon so I'll redo all my overclocks after I get that. (Could be a few weeks)

I getting the same latency error within W7 , i test the latency with a demo of aida 64 and the memory latency benchmark smile.gif

Made a cpu upgrade and keeping the same memory , the memory where already overckocked to the same settings 1900

Before



Replaced the i3 with 3770 ckocked 4.9GHz and the same mem and speeds thumb.gif



Real latency is 43.1 ms

Edit ,info abouth the memory used


Edited by Fred B - 4/11/14 at 12:05pm
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Much improve results. Nice
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