F4-3200C15D-16GVK with 2700x - AIDA64 result anyone ?

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  1. BBen1979

    BBen1979 n00bie

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    Hi Guys,

    Looking for some AIDA64 result for this memory kit with a 2700x .

    Can anyone help, I spent a hour looking all over on the net ;)

    Thanks
     
  2. LigTasm

    LigTasm [H]ardness Supreme

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    I used to have this kit but I don't any more, wish I could help. I have the Gskill 3200 C14 kit now along with a Corsair 3200 C15 and Patriot 3000 C14.
     
  3. BBen1979

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    With a 2700x ? If so would you mind providing the AIDA64 for those with the specific model of the memory kit.

    I'm interested in knowing if there a big difference between C15 and C14 kit.
     
  4. LigTasm

    LigTasm [H]ardness Supreme

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    I have a 2600X and an 1800X, the 2600X should be pretty much identical in terms of memory performance. But I can do them up and post them anyways.
     
  5. BBen1979

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    Yes should be about the same. Thanks in advance!

    370 or 470 mb ?
     
  6. LigTasm

    LigTasm [H]ardness Supreme

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    Sorry all my boards are 350/370 my X470-i Strix died. I will start working on it in a few but I probably won't be done until tomorrow.
     
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    LigTasm [H]ardness Supreme

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    My apologies, my Corsair kit was actually C16, I haven't looked at it in a long time and I forgot.

    These are the kits I ran on the 2600X today with Gigabyte X370 Gaming K7:

    Corsair 2x8 CMK16GX4M2Z3200C16 16-18-18-36

    3200C16.png




    GSkill 2x8 F4-3200C14D-16GFX 14-14-14-34


    3200C14.png


    Patriot 4x4 PV48G300C6K 16-18-18-36

    3000C16.png


    I'm out of time for right now but tomorrow I will run them all on the 1800X just for fun. Looks like not much difference (in this program anyways) between a 3200C16 and 3200C14.
     
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  8. BBen1979

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    Thanks a lot for this!

    I was expecting a bigger gap between those 2 set Corsair 2x8 CMK16GX4M2Z3200C16 16-18-18-36 & GSkill 2x8 F4-3200C14D-16GFX 14-14-14-34.

    Good to know, F4-3200C15D-16GVK should be right between those 2 results. Anyone know if there would be a bigger gap with a X470 motherboard? or about the same result.
     
  9. LigTasm

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    Supposedly the 400 series has slightly improved memory performance but I think they would all move up about equally. The 200mhz jump is definitely worth the price though because I noticed some decent gains in games especially in minimums.

    Maybe someone else can chime in.


    EDIT: just for fun I ran them on my 1800X machine (bear in mind this is a B350 board which I actually feel is more responsive). Also of note is the L1-L2 cache is significantly faster on the 1800X, I do not know if the 2700X would have the same advantage over the 6-core.


    2133C15
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    3000C16
    3000C16.png

    3200C16
    3200C14.png

    3200C14
    3200C16.png
     
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  10. sirmonkey1985

    sirmonkey1985 [H]ard|DCer of the Month - July 2010

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    the only risk with C15 is that it can have either hynix or samsung B modules.. C14 is guaranteed samsung C16 is hynix.

    but if you're going zen+ they have way better memory compatibility than the first gen zen processors. can even run most C16 3200 hynix at their rated speed unlike on first gen.