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    Lightbulb Discussion about best badwidth related to mem speed.........

    Hi folks - I just found a very interesting compare in a overclock.net review.

    Here's the link:

    http://www.overclock.net/t/1456876/r...rformance-test

    So this testing was made with HASWELL and not IVY - and even that fact it looks to me as if DDR3-2666 @ CL10 delivers best performance all in all.

    Before reading this article I thougt this would only effect on IVY BRIDGE - so I'm a little suprised now. I expected a lot more @ 2800 - 3000 with HASWELL.

    So what do You think guys after reading this? Is it still worth to buy hi priced RAM >DDR3-2666 ?

    All opinions welcome...............

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    4GB single-sided sticks with Hynix MFR ICs like the ones from the link are known to have low bandwidth performance despite their high clocks.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Shiranui Gen-An View Post
    4GB single-sided sticks with Hynix MFR ICs like the ones from the link are known to have low bandwidth performance despite their high clocks.
    - Ok, I see. So for increased performance with higher clocks better choice are MFR double-sided sticks or completely different type of IC ?
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    Samsung D-die or Hynix CFR on 4GB double sided sticks, and Hynix MFR on 8GB double-sided sticks.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Shiranui Gen-An View Post
    Samsung D-die or Hynix CFR on 4GB double sided sticks, and Hynix MFR on 8GB double-sided sticks.
    Perfect - thx for advice.
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