Nice test. I would be curious to see the difference between single-channel and dual-channel on at least 1333 MHz or 1600 MHz if you could add that to the test.
That means a lot to me. I appreciate your comment. Thank you very much.Originally Posted by axizor
I believe your GPU driver uninstall guides were the first guides I've ever looked at on this site, and have referred to them countless times since joining.
(I would usually print out the first post in the thread then place it next to me when I went offline to reinstall/uninstall drivers)
Your excellent work here does not go unnoticed.
Quote:Originally Posted by TomcatV
Nice job Bradley ... as stated there are a ton of variables in ram OC'ing but I find real world results always interesting ... +R
Originally Posted by TheReciever
One of those oldies but goodies thread.
Makes me feel better about the 1600 ram I have in my laptop lol
Hello,Originally Posted by Darkwizzie
I have 1866 ram which I clocked to 2200 10-11-9-26-177-2T.
I play Oblivion which is a single-threaded CPU bottleneck in a box. I'm assuming HT is useless for this game. Do you think a ram overclock will help?
I haven't thoroughly pushed the timings apart from 2133 10-11-9. Does the 26 and 177 matter? I heard not all ram timings are equal, so CAS is like the biggest performance changer... I'm thinking of upping my ram voltage from 1.65 to 1.7 to see what I can get.
I just got Predator X 2666MHz. The PC runs fine, except both XMP profiles,which are actually shown correctly in UEFI, kinda don't work. Both 2400 and 2666 CL 11 profiles set my RAM speed to 2133 CL9. I thought it was some kind of UEFI problem (although I picked my mem sticks from the official supported list). Are you suggesting that Sandy Bridge chips can actually limit RAM speed ? I ain't found nothing like this on the net, although I've been looking...Originally Posted by BradleyW
Thank you for the feedback everyone!
Also, I'm lucky my chip can handle 2400MHz. Most are limited to 1866 on SB-E, some are limited to 2133, I'm limited a little higher than that. 2666 is a no go on my system.