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post #3271 of 5036
You can raise the CPU/NB multi to get higher speeds (sometimes it's a multiplier and others just show the resulting frequency). You might need to raise the CPU/NB voltage (again sometimes labeled CPU/NB voltage or CPU/NB VID/VDD) if the frequency you set it too isn't stable at your default CPU/NB voltage.
    
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anyone think this CPU will bottleneck SLI gtx 470? sli would be so sweat
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I think you'll show a very slight bottleneck, but even at that, so would an i7.
    
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so who wants to quad sli gtx480? x) only difference in benches i guess?
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post #3275 of 5036
Hey guys,

I have a question.

I currently have this OC for 24/7:

http://valid.canardpc.com/show_oc.php?id=1435999

And I am wondering, is it better to have:

8-8-8-24-1T

or

7-7-7-24-2T?

Just wanted to know because I can't drop the 8 latency if I keep 1T.

What would be better for my OC?
    
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post #3276 of 5036
I would try running Everest memory and cache benchmark. I've never tried 2T.

You could try increasing the HT some, and increasing the NB frequency will have an impact on your memory benchmarks regardless of the timings you use. You will need more cpu/nb voltage...like 1.5v for a nice 3GHz NB.
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post #3277 of 5036
I don't want my NB above 2.8Ghz tbh, at least for now.

Also, the HT is at 19xxMhz coz if I up it a bit more it goes above 2100Mhz, so I heard it must stay as close to 2000Mhz as posible, right?

What would you do on HT Link, 1904Mhz or 21xxMhz ?
    
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post #3278 of 5036
Quote:
Originally Posted by kcuestag View Post
And I am wondering, is it better to have:
8-8-8-24-1T
or
7-7-7-24-2T?
CL7 is better then 1T vs 2T command rate if those are the only options.
As for your HT, 1904MHz is better than 2100MHz, but it wouldn't hurt to try to get closer to 2000MHz. Tests have shown that anything over 2000MHz actually decreases performance.
post #3279 of 5036
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Originally Posted by klaxian View Post
CL7 is better then 1T vs 2T command rate if those are the only options.
As for your HT, 1904MHz is better than 2100MHz, but it wouldn't hurt to try to get closer to 2000MHz. Tests have shown that anything over 2000MHz actually decreases performance.
2100 is not going to hinder performance; the general consensus is 1800~2200 is a good area for HT Link speeds.
    
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Originally Posted by GanjaSMK View Post
2100 is not going to hinder performance; the general consensus is 1800~2200 is a good area for HT Link speeds.
Agreed. The performance difference isn't too large between 2000MHz and 2100MHz, but the closer to 2000MHz the better.
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