is these RAM speeds correct?

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  1. akbaar

    akbaar Master Guru

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    Hai Gurus,

    I have these rams G.skill 3200 14-14-14-2
    I did benchmark using AIDA64..

    I noticed when comparing to benchmark on guru3d website and other website that i do have lower speeds in read/write .

    Can you guys tell this is normal ? or is it because am runing on Duel channel not Quad? does it really make huge difference in read and write speed?

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    Is these speeds nominal? is it what I should expect from these rams?

    You can find my entire specs under my profile.
     
  2. Geryboy

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  3. Hammie

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    In the real world your RAM doesn't matter whether its CL9 or CL14 @3200 DDR4

    You dont get increased framerates. If that is what your looking for. 54ns is what it should be. I would personally take down the speed to 2400 and run @ CL9 gl
     
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    Benchmarks mean nothing. Its real worold performance that matters. Your not going to see a different just cuz you have DDR4 at dual lane at that. Why not quad channel ?

    Your mobo only has 4 sockets for ram right ? That's why your dual channel. gl
     

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    you have to be kidding me, there'S enough test that show benchmarks and fallout 4 do better with higher speed @ ddr4
     
  6. lexer98

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    Some games that are CPU intesive (or bad coded ? lol) scale a few FPS with high speed memory.
    But DDR4 have plenty bandwitch even at 2133Mhz so from that frequency to 3200Mhz there is a minimal performance improvement
     

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