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03-01-2020 03:57 AM
ThrashZone Hi,
Old one
Bios is hit and miss on asus boards for memeory

Just recently people were having issues with much lower frequencies than that on xmp profiles on top line boards like omega/..
Seems to be fixed somewhat not near as many threads about it now or maybe people gave up on rog forum for help ?
03-01-2020 03:19 AM
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Quote: Originally Posted by Nizzen View Post
They have to do the same test with tweaked memory

120GB/s+ read
50ns memorylatency

This is not stock clock.net
I agree it would be better to report tweaked timings, but that could take several hours of work for each separate speed of memory.
02-29-2020 12:54 AM
Nizzen They have to do the same test with tweaked memory

120GB/s+ read
50ns memorylatency

This is not stock clock.net
02-29-2020 12:40 AM
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Impact of high frequency memory on x299 perf.

Interesting article that discusses the use of 4133Mhz. memory on the x299 platform and its effects on performance. The gaming benchmarks were interesting.

https://rog.asus.com/articles/maximu...9-performance/

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