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|System Name||Good enough|
|Processor||AMD Ryzen R7 1700X - 4.0 Ghz / 1.350V|
|Motherboard||ASRock B450M Pro4|
|Cooling||Scythe Katana 4 - 3x 120mm case fans|
|Memory||16GB - Corsair Vengeance LPX|
|Video Card(s)||OEM Dell GTX 1080|
|Storage||1x Samsung 850 EVO 250GB , 1x Samsung 860 EVO 500GB|
|Display(s)||4K Samsung TV|
CPU Northbridge should affect L3 speeds."CPU/NB"
It's responsible for L2 cache speed as well. You speed up the CPU drasticly by oc'ing the CPU/NB from 2400 up to 2800 or even if you have a good chip up to 3GHz.
Not to be confused with HTT (=FSB) or "HT LINK" which does not really do anything at all.
CPU NB: CPU NorthBridge (should not be confused with NorthBridge chipset, such as the AMD 990FX chipset) – part of the CPU that has its own clock domain and voltage plane. CPU NB clock frequency determines the Memory controller and L3 cache speed. CPU NB has a notable impact on overall system performance.