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    Default Re: Mushkin Radioactive 998966 6GB DDR3 2000MHz

    @4.6GHz its at 3600MHz 7-10-7
    @4.2GHz its at 4009MHz 7-9-7 - in order to run at 7-9-7 I had to up my uncore above 4000MHz.

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    Default Re: Mushkin Radioactive 998966 6GB DDR3 2000MHz

    Well it could be the uncore frequency rather than timings?
    Have you tried same uncore with 8-9-8 timings?

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    Yes I was running 8-10-8 with uncore at 3600 then as I tried to tighten timmings thats when I noticed the increase in gflops I wish I would have took screen shots off them all because I did notice when I was at 8-10-8 then 8-9-8 then 7-9-7 the tighter I went the higher gflops I got but again you could be right because it might have been my overclock as well come to think of it.

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    Default Re: Mushkin Radioactive 998966 6GB DDR3 2000MHz

    OC effects GFlops the most. Also the amount of memory used so it's best to bench with same amount every time.
    With win 7 I do all benchmarking at diagnostic mode(msconfig), with win XP it matters less.

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    Default Re: Mushkin Radioactive 998966 6GB DDR3 2000MHz

    Gflops mainly measure CPU performance, yes memory a little but not as much as a benchmark aimed at memory bandwidth such as AIDA64 or Rightmark.

    There will be a nice difference in memory bandwidth between tight timings and loose timings with everything else left set the same, Gflops maybe not so much because that is more of a CPU (90-95%) measurement.

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    Okay as I was going hard trying to push my ram to tighter timmings it became clear I would need more QPI/VTT to get stable at LSDMEASAP timmings of 7-9-7 so I had to instead go for 4.6GHz with ram running at 2208 at 7-10-7 I had to bump up DRAM to 1.68v running prime for 24 hours passed memtest for 5 hours yesterday ran HCI memtest 1000% now hopefully prime will pass so far 7 hours in and all good. Again I just want to thank LSDMEASAP you are very helpful.

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    Default Re: Mushkin Radioactive 998966 6GB DDR3 2000MHz

    Ya, sometimes you have to choose between more voltage or looser timings, just depends on what you are trying to do and how much voltage you are willing to use :)

    Nice to see you found a good stable point at 4.6Ghz! 2200 probably wouldn't handle 7-9-7 too easy, if at all, so I think 7-10-7 is more reasonable for those speeds anyway.

    Anytime man, You know me I'm always happy to help! Glad to hear you are enjoying the sticks!

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