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post #11 of 21
1800 6-7-6 or 7-7-7 will be faster.
also try not to run them at 1.65V 24/7
Edited by redhat_ownage - 3/3/11 at 3:20pm
post #12 of 21
nope, it is not faster my friend ^^. Actually 2000 7-10-7-27 slightly edges out 1800 6-8-6-21 not to mention 7-7-7-21 .
with the same NB frequency, 2000 7-10-7-27 outperforms 1800 CL6 . Though what I tested was 2000 7-10-7-27 vs 1800 6-8-6-21.

here 2000 CL 7 @ 3000 NB vs 1787 CL6 @ 3120 NB, and the 1787 CL6 still loses . Latency is important, but frequency is as important if not more. 100+ more NB makes a huge difference, but even with 1784 @ CL6 and that extra 100+ NB frq, 2000 still wins.


Edited by luches - 3/3/11 at 4:35pm
post #13 of 21
1800 6-7-6 will always be faster than 2000 7-10-7.
Edited by redhat_ownage - 3/3/11 at 5:01pm
post #14 of 21
Do you have a maxmmem benchie with you ram on an AMD board??
I'm actually curious to see how 1800 6-6-6-18 performs. It's quite a tight timing and actually might get really close.
post #15 of 21
i can show you 1866 6-6-6 vs 2133 7-10-7 triple ch
post #16 of 21
No thx . I wanted to know the exact difference between 1800 6-6-6-18 and my 2000 ram with a fixed 3000 NB for future reference ^^ . Don't trouble yourself and thx for the offer.
post #17 of 21
Thread Starter 
I am running my RAM at now 6-6-6-21-1t @ 1600 and 3000NB. I just can't seem to get any 2000mhz memory to run at 2000. My buddy brought over his A-Data and same thing. Thats why I was curious about the steppings/revisions from the 1090 chip. Like the 965 C3 Revision makes it so you can hit 2000. I am unaware if the 1090t's are all enabled with that or what. Either way its running fast as **** off a shovel so I ain't worried but would've been nice to say its at 2000. Oh well.
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post #18 of 21
Well, I did say technically but in real-world IMCs is different from one another. Seems like a good IMC can hit 2000, but the normal range is something close to 1850-1900.
post #19 of 21
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Well I have tried multiple sets that are supposed to run at 2000mhz stock and none of them will do it. So I am thinking either my board is holding me back or its my processor. But either way, its fast now so that's all I wanted from it anyways.
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post #20 of 21
Yeh, most likely your 1090's IMC is holding you back.
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