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    Default Re: ga-ep45-ud3p problems

    Quote Originally Posted by Acebmxer View Post
    Correct.... higher FSB better then ram speed. 800-1066 is nothing to noticed.
    Is that right Acebmxer? but i think highter ram speed will add cpu performance, like in IBT test Gflops, and affect on cpu score on sintesis benchmark.... am i right or wrong??
    Now if use 4ghz 471x8.5 and speed ram is 1130mhz (2.40B latch 333mhz) is it better or same performance than 4ghz 471x8.5 speed ram 942mhz (2.00D latch 400mhz)??
    same question with 4.2ghz 495x8.5 speed ram 1200mhz and 4.2ghz 495x8.5 speed ram 990mhz........ if theres nothing to noticed then i wont hunt for upgrading myram to PC9600 1200mhz.
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    Default Re: ga-ep45-ud3p problems

    Quote Originally Posted by Neoroy View Post
    Is that right Acebmxer? but i think highter ram speed will add cpu performance, like in IBT test Gflops, and affect on cpu score on sintesis benchmark.... am i right or wrong??
    Now if use 4ghz 471x8.5 and speed ram is 1130mhz (2.40B latch 333mhz) is it better or same performance than 4ghz 471x8.5 speed ram 942mhz (2.00D latch 400mhz)??
    same question with 4.2ghz 495x8.5 speed ram 1200mhz and 4.2ghz 495x8.5 speed ram 990mhz........ if theres nothing to noticed then i wont hunt for upgrading myram to PC9600 1200mhz.
    Conclusion : Tom's Ultimate RAM Speed Tests

    a higher speed on anything in a computer will add speed, but according 2 the article above they concluded that the ram speeds dont make a noticable difference in real world benchmarks. ur best option imo is 2 get another kit of ur ram and have 8 gigs. i dont think the extra mhz would b worth the high price (120 is the lowest i c on newegg for a 4gig kit) also another factor in the speed of ram is the timings, in which lower is better. if u run ram at a lower mhz u can normaly run it on a lower voltage, which i have noticed in my rig 2 have realy helped in my cpu temps. but if some1 else is more knowledgable than me (i am a noobocer) please, poke holes in my logic lol

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    Default Re: ga-ep45-ud3p problems

    Thx for sharing noobocer :) btw i'm noobocer too hehe ^^ ... but here in indonesia i see ddr2 pc9600 1200mhz is the top speed in stores and its rare now... people now mostly upgrade to ddr3.... ok i will think it again for upgrading myram, guess i wanna play little more with mycurrent ram :)
    Intel Core i5 2500k @3.33ghz (4.5ghz 1.255v)
    MSI 67A5-GD80( B3)
    Patriot Viper Extreme D2 PXD34G13600LLK 8-9-8-24 2T 1.65v (1600mhz 8-9-8-24 2T 1.65v)
    Western Digital
    Caviar Black500G SATA2 32mb
    MSI GTX570TFII OC 750/1000 (930/1100 1.088v)
    Thermalright Archon + TY140 + CF III
    Corsair TX-650
    Windows7 Ultimate x64 SP1
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