Also, Harrynowl also stated the 8gb sticks are best. Would love to hear some opinions to sway my purchase. I was surprised to find that most reviewers got around 870++ with their i5 8400s. I should have mentioned that I would be using 3200 regardless, no plans on using a slower frequency and hoping tghter timings will pickup the slack. Also the memory availability is very low here. The results are astounding, but not in a positive way. So tonight I decided to test this out.
So, due to the very large cache size of these Broadwell-E processors, and the likely small data sets we're dealing with, and the efficiencies in cpu processing brought about by hyperthreading if one thread stalls out waiting on a memory fetch, the cpu simply switches to another thread and keeps working , it's likely that the amount of time that cpu cores spent actually stalled out while waiting for memory fetches is fairly low. Back in the days, enthusiasts of high-end personal computers had to make a choice between capacity and performance of their memory sub-systems. Higher frequency tends to help virtualization so keep an eye out for that. Its what keeps it alive. You shouldn't have much problem if there are enough people using the same setup and working nicely, i hope you get what you seek! Okay, so what about difference among the Tridentz'. I'm not sure if this is still the case, but I'd imagine it is. Manual settings caused all sorts of other issues on the Ryzen mobos, like dynamic clock speeds would go away, voltages would lock at maximums, just general weirdness.
I am going buy a new ryzen gaming pc soon. Another thing that occurs to me is that I concentrated on some multi-threaded tests in order to see the benefits of this 8-core behemoth of a processor. So I do leave it on at least 4k if not maxing it out at least on my 7850. Btw, one way to help us understand why these results are so small is. I've got a video that I did recently in Premiere on my laptop that took about 2-3 minutes to render. I just can't get into games because of time constraints with work and kids.
Thank you for your time for these tests and info sharing. I'm using a set of Hynix M-die rated for 3000cl15 at 3200 with 16-15-15-15-32 timings completely stable. I should have mentioned that I would be using 3200 regardless, no plans on using a slower frequency and hoping tghter timings will pickup the slack. I hate to ask the obvious but. No issues with slightly lowering the graphics. Once I finally received these, I put together my new rig in no time and had absolutely no problem whatsoever.
P instead of manually setting it? I've read in a few places that if you bump the voltage on the G. I reran all of the tests. Oh I might have misunderstood you there, my bad. I wouldn't say we have a target frames either at this point, just as much as I can get out of it. The ryzen bios updates have shown that not all limitations are in the actual hardware design either.
It's all about Amdahl's Law now. To answer the second portion of your question, if the ram works at those tight of timings, yes. All this will precisely reflect the performance of your system. Building on the strong success of G. How much will it really make a difference in games? I wouldn't say we have a target frames either at this point, just as much as I can get out of it.
This seems odd and perhaps you got a bad kit. Bandwidth only matters if there is a lack of it, in which case the difference between 3000 and 3200 is going to be negligible. This stutter could easily be heavy enough to confuse Freesync. However, in Windows it runs 144hz just fine and if I disabled Freesync, the game ran fine with the 144hz. Timings are also important and tighter timings in my opinion is more important than higher frequency. What sort of res are you pushing out? Well I guess you just put that to rest. I'm sure we could hand code some cpu workload specifically designed to defeat the benefits of a large memory cache, and also defeat the benefits of hyperthreading.
I should have mentioned that I would be using 3200 regardless, no plans on using a slower frequency and hoping tghter timings will pickup the slack. Rule 8: The moderators of reserve the right to allow posts or comments that could technically break any of the rules, when a situation has arisen where the post is especially funny, educational, or useful to the users of the subreddit. Skill for sending a kit from their Trident Z range in today! I should look specifically for non-threaded tests and run them at the two memory speeds to see what kind of a difference there is once hyperthreading can't hide the latency. Have you never been able to get all cores active? I must have spent over two weeks trying to fix this issue. The biggest jump was going from my i5-2500k to the 1600x as it simply smoothed out the jumps in frames. Closed out programs as I'd done previously. Samsung dram is just objectively superior by a decent margin right now, intel happens to be more forgiving of the lesser stuff and the lesser stuff aims at intel to some degree.
After days of chasing my tail, doing research, I finally got fed up and called my friend and he drove an hour to look at it. Test one module at a time to see if a stick performs differently than the other. What board are you using on either of them? Swapped out for 2700x and now I'm not able to go above 3400 as well. P instead of manually setting it? The benefit of dense r memory is thatmotherboards can double up on maximum capacity without needing four memory slots. The biggest jump was going from my i5-2500k to the 1600x as it simply smoothed out the jumps in frames. This will save me a few bucks in the long run, I was lusting after the 14 timed modules for a while. It's enough weirdness when overclocking that I run both Ryzen 5 1600's on Auto now.