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>> No.73636810 [View]
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>>73636547
The effective latency has improved

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>>71213452
nah, the core speed will be affected by both the CAS latency and the RAM speed, see pic. there won't be 3200MHz DDR (stock, at least) that has the same timings as the 2666MHz that guy used, so it won't be as much of a jump. i'd guess 138-140 with reasonable timings at 3200MHz

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>>70441311
Basically latency of RAM doing stuff. The higher the latency the longer it will take to get things done. In a lot of vidya and specific workloads this has a direct correlation with higher or lower FPS/performance especially on AMD's Zen processors. Pic related.



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