Memory Speed Effect on -bigadv

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Memory Speed Effect on -bigadv

Post by TraceHagan » Tue Jan 12, 2010 9:48 pm

Does anyone know how much memory speed comes into play with bigadv WU?
I have my CPU OC but my RAM way underspec right now because I'm too lazy to bother quickening it up. Just how much is this affecting my bigadv folding?
4009Mhz is about 32:34 a frame. Input?

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Re: Memory Speed Effect on -bigadv

Post by spitter » Tue Jan 12, 2010 11:19 pm

None, the overclock is more important.

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Re: Memory Speed Effect on -bigadv

Post by KnightRid » Wed Jan 13, 2010 7:16 am

I dont think memory speed will give a noticeable increase if you up it. I am running my i7-920 at 4ghz per core AND the memory is oc'd to the 200mhz fsb and i have about the same times as you on the bigadv I am folding right now.

by the way - what voltage are you running at?

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Re: Memory Speed Effect on -bigadv

Post by TraceHagan » Thu Jan 14, 2010 12:06 am

I just went to 19 * 215 and its 1.3125 (or close to that) 1.35 qpi 1.9 uncore
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