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Old Mar 4, 2013, 09:12 PM   #1
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Default Faster RAM makes quite a difference in gaming and general computing?

Have a look at this thread: http://www.overclock.net/t/1366657/d...erence-in-game

Everyone is saying games are smoother with faster RAM. I thought RAM speed didn't matter much?
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Old Mar 4, 2013, 09:32 PM   #3
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Can help a little, 1866 with tight timings is the sweet spot atm imo.
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Old Mar 4, 2013, 09:43 PM   #4
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Would you say it doesn't matter much, or would you say it matters a lot? I saw it doesn't matter much, which is not the same as it doesn't matter at all.
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Was replying to the OP, not going against your comment. Doesn't matter much as long as you have sufficient bandwidth without stupid latencies. High performance RAM can help a little, a few fps here, a few fps there, plus benchmarks like it.
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It doesn't.
Unless you are running an APU.
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Unless you are running an APU.
Correct, but those aren't the systems in use in the OP's link (i7 SB, IB)
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I'd say about 1600 Mhz DDR3 it is not so noticable.

It was very noticable in World of WarCraft when I was experimenting with ram speeds, going from 800 to 1600 DDR3 nearly doubled my fps.
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The performance differences noted in this post seem hard to believe, but I certainly don't have any of my own data to refute them.
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On Sandy Bridge though exceeding 1.5v memory I thought was unsafe due to memory controller limitations. Looking as my Asus bios states its supports 2400MHz but all 2400MHz memory is 1.65v. If it supports I can pick up a GSkill or Corsair kit and do some tests this weekend. I can't find anything with worth while timings though.
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Old Mar 6, 2013, 07:49 AM   #11
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Intel says 1.5 but the general consensus is that upto 1.65v is fine. I don't know of anyone that has killed their chip using 1.65v.
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Looking at some of the reviews of it at the links posted you only see around 1FPS except the guy on the SBE setup that gets 15fps more... I think the consensus is you don't get a huge GPS increase but it helps with drops in fps and helps to smooth out the gameplay which is what we'd all like anyways.

Again it comes down to the memory controller support as well, just because the system says its supports 2400MHz ( OC ) doesn't mean it will actually run the speed. See if I can find a nice 16GB ( 2x 8GB ) kit of 2400MHz
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If anyone wants to donate some 2400mhz sticks ill gladly do a comparison from 1600mhz on a ivy platform!
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I grabbed 2133 stuff because it cost the same as the 1600 stuff at the time. Plus it carried the same latency settings despite being higher clocked.
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On Sandy Bridge though exceeding 1.5v memory I thought was unsafe due to memory controller limitations. Looking as my Asus bios states its supports 2400MHz but all 2400MHz memory is 1.65v. If it supports I can pick up a GSkill or Corsair kit and do some tests this weekend. I can't find anything with worth while timings though.
I ran 1.65v on my 2500k for well over a year with no issues. It's now in a backup system, again with 1.65v ram.
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I ended up looking into this a bit more, and Bit-Tech and AnandTech both show no notable difference for gaming. Their tests aren't exactly exhaustive, but I trust them over some random dude on a forum who was testing different modules over a period of months with any number of driver and other changes going on in the interim.
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I'd rather have more RAM, than faster RAM. I've never really run into much besides synthetic benchmarking where having faster RAM is noticeable.
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It's helps most in CPU bound scenarios afaik and 3dmark physics test reflects this, but are still only looking at 2 or 3 fps gain.
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I don't think it has anything to do with a big FPS gain and just more to do with smoothing out gameplay with less Massive FPS drops, so it stabilizes FPS more.
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Possibly, I assumed it was tied to CPU bound performance though.
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I am scouring the city looking for 2400 MHz DDR3 but can find none.... If I order from the egg it won't be here till next week....
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Mine oc's to 2400mhz but I get better results at 2133 or 1866 due to timings.

If you look at all those bit-tech benches above, 1866 cas7 is dominating (as far as RAM goes).
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My RAM is rated at 9-9-9-24-2T. How much would I gain by running it at 9-9-9-24-1T?
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when I was upgrading I was all set to buy 1600 but then I saw some benchmarks that showed pretty significant gains with faster memory on IB of course you had to balance the timings with the frequency.
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