Originally Posted by dmasteR
I love how people still continually say memory speed doesn't matter, or how it will be any different on RyZen compared to Intel.
Memory performance matters where memory performance is a bottleneck and we have no idea if memory scaling will be significantly different on RyZen vs. Intel or not because there has been no remotely detailed investigation of RyZen's memory subsystem, yet.
That graph doesn't really say much. Indeed, the most standout aspect of it is that scaling is precisely the opposite of what one would expect...gains are increasing faster than the clock speed of the memory...which doesn't make any sense at all. As you alleviate a bottleneck, you run into diminishing, not accelerating, returns.
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