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03-12-2018 01:42 AM
white owl
Quote: Originally Posted by gjunki View Post
Upgrade to a 3770k? What year are we in...?
There's nothing wrong with keeping your money every time Intel releases a chip. If it does what you want it to then what's the point?
I'd upgrade to a 4790k if I could find one cheap enough. I think it would be a great grandfather right now.

And thank you OP, I didn't realize there was that much of a difference. Hopefully I can do 144fps with a 4690k =/
03-12-2018 12:38 AM
feznz
Quote: Originally Posted by gjunki View Post
Upgrade to a 3770k? What year are we in...?
Answers post before 8700k released
but agree had a 3700k till upgraded to 8600k 3 months ago
03-12-2018 12:18 AM
gjunki
Quote: Originally Posted by TheReciever View Post
Thanks for sharing.

Gives me an idea of what to look forward to if/when I upgrade to the i7 3770k, though I still do quite ok with the 2500k @ 4.8Ghz
Upgrade to a 3770k? What year are we in...?
05-01-2017 11:03 AM
czin125 Even with 2T command rate it still gets the same latency as the 3000 12-12-12 1T.
04-28-2017 03:04 PM
Dasa The differences would be there but they would be small
small enough that that by setting c15\c16 may not accurately represent what you would see with a c15\c16 kit due to different sub timings used but if i find the time i may give it a few runs
04-28-2017 10:31 AM
czin125 3200 CL14 in Arma3 + Aida64 and 3200 CL15 / CL16 in Aida64 + 2667 CL10 in Aida64?
04-26-2017 06:10 AM
Dasa gpu was at 40-50% load in arma3 scaling was just a little less significant at higher speeds
happy to run more tests in the future if it would show something new or if i had something else to compare it with did you have anything specific in mind?
04-24-2017 02:15 AM
czin125 The gpu seems to be maxed out in the Arma 3 test. Are you going to do a new one at a later point in time?

http://cdn.overclock.net/d/dd/dd4a6065_6700k204.7203000c12.jpeg
http://cdn.overclock.net/2/29/290a5b22_6700k204.7204000c17.jpeg
It seems like 3000 CL12 has the same latency as 4000 CL17 ( 37.3ns ) with the latter having more bandwidth to go with it.

3000 / 12 = 250
4000 / 17 = 235
So if you went to a lower clock speed, you'd need even lower CL to compensate for the latency.
02-11-2017 03:49 PM
Mikeg1
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Originally Posted by Dasa View Post

heh v can sneak up on you like that
i accidentally maxed out the igp v on a i3 530 to 1.7v once its still working to this day managed to get the igp close to 1300mhz though smile.gif

have you tried lowering tRFC yet?

mind running arma stratis benchmark 0.51 before and after?
it could be handy for working out whats optimal for you to those few extra mhz or tighter timings for a lower final latency

Yeah some how the voltage went from auto to manual 1.5v. Na i havnt touch tRFC. Ironically lowering timings perform worse in Aida64. Im trying to boot with the 4400MHz option. I'll download the benchmark 0.51.
02-11-2017 12:23 PM
Dasa heh v can sneak up on you like that
i accidentally maxed out the igp v on a i3 530 to 1.7v once its still working to this day managed to get the igp close to 1300mhz though smile.gif

have you tried lowering tRFC yet?

mind running arma stratis benchmark 0.51 before and after?
it could be handy for working out whats optimal for you to those few extra mhz or tighter timings for a lower final latency
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