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  • #31
    Originally posted by I3r0k3N7FEET View Post
    the lower the timings the lower the latency, IE how fast it responds. not how fast it transfers data.

    the difference makes

    NONE WHATSOEVER IN REAL WORLD PERFORMANCE

    ^^this

    though he is wrong about one thing, lower timings can increase the MB/s, just use everest if you dont beleive me (i can't anymore because my 30-day trial has expired :/)

    anyone know a crack for it ?
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    • #32
      Originally posted by AmdOverclocker View Post

      anyone know a crack for it ?

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      • #33
        Originally posted by Terbinator View Post

        lol
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        • #34
          lmao!!! google, king of the crack.

          I know it makes sod all difference I just wanna understand it. I hate things i cant figure out. IF TOTAL CYCLE TIME IS 24 THEN THATS THE ONLY FECKIN NUMBER ANYONE SHOULD NEED, BUT ITS NOT?!?!? AAAHHHRG!!

          It obviosuly makes SOME difference, and ive got the idea it aint worth spending money over shorter timings, defo not (unless doing some hardcore overclocks im told).... well... Never mind, ill do some googling to sate my knowledge needs.

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          • #35
            Originally posted by AmdOverclocker View Post
            ^^this

            though he is wrong about one thing, lower timings can increase the MB/s, just use everest if you dont beleive me (i can't anymore because my 30-day trial has expired :/)

            anyone know a crack for it ?
            it does give a slight increase in data rate but its marginal at best.

            same with ganging your ram too. it increases the data rate by a few %. you want a balance of speed and timings. 1800mhz cas7-8 is perfect imo and 2000mhz at cas 8-9

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            • #36
              Originally posted by I3r0k3N7FEET View Post
              it does give a slight increase in data rate but its marginal at best.

              same with ganging your ram too. it increases the data rate by a few %. you want a balance of speed and timings. 1800mhz cas7-8 is perfect imo and 2000mhz at cas 8-9
              yep, but 2000 mhz at 8-9 is hard unless youve got good ram and a thuban/i5/i7 but on a x2/x3/x4 its impossible to get higher than 1800mhz 9-9-9-24 at least on C2 stepping.
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              • #37
                with my ram i can hit 1880mhz at cas 8 easy...(actually not easy.. thats the max i can get) and im limited by mobo andcpu too :/

                ive seen some people able to run 2000mhz with cas 7 :/ though youre talking DOM GTs and other high end memory

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                • #38
                  Originally posted by I3r0k3N7FEET View Post
                  with my ram i can hit 1880mhz at cas 8 easy...(actually not easy.. thats the max i can get) and im limited by mobo andcpu too :/

                  ive seen some people able to run 2000mhz with cas 7 :/ though youre talking DOM GTs and other high end memory

                  no matter what memory you have on a C3 phenom your nether gonna get 2000mhz with decent timings mate, on an X6 you could though, but C2/C3 IMC's are crap
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                  • #39
                    is IMC internal memory controller? I thought the new ones were supposed to be awesome...i heard wrong... unless this is coming from another intel fanboy?? (dont mean to sound rude but dont know how else to say that buddy) :s
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                    • #40
                      Originally posted by slim01 View Post
                      is IMC internal memory controller? I thought the new ones were supposed to be awesome...i heard wrong... unless this is coming from another intel fanboy?? (dont mean to sound rude but dont know how else to say that buddy) :s

                      on C2 stepping IMC's (integrated memory controller) you wont get past 1800MHz useable, and i doubt you'll get past 1650MHz stable, same for C3 except asdd on another 100-150MHz for that i just said. its the THUBAN CPU's (X6's) that can support 2200MHz+ RAM.
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