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Need Tighter RAM timings

Discussion in 'Overclocking & Cooling' started by Azn Tr14dZ, Apr 18, 2006.

  1. Azn Tr14dZ New Member

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    I have enhanced memory timings on my X800 XL but it doesn't seem to be giving me too much of a performance boost. Last time I checked, it was only about 50 points, but I know some other XL users who have seen up to 200 pts boost. Does anyone know of any tighter timings for 2.0ns memory?
     
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    UPDATE:My recent 3DMark05 test run was with 438.75 core and 546.75 memory with the timings that I have. My score was 5727 and it was surprisingly low because I used to get about 5850-5900 but that was with my Pentium D at 3.3GHZ(which was lowered at this test because of heat reasons). I need tighter timings and more advice for getting a higher score please:)
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    Hello? Anyone?
     
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    I don't know about 2.0ns GDDR3... I would google that if I were you, see what you end up finding! That and post your question in the GPU area.
     
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    I googled it but all I keep getting is stuff from the techpowerup forums and I've already read it. Either that or 1.6ns timings. Now, I'm just trying out 1 by 1 and it takes a lot of time.
     
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    IMHO, the real gain you'll get is by overclocking the GPU more than the GDDR.
     
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    kinda pisses u off when u google and end up back here.. he he he..

    i think your score is pretty good allowing for your core and memory speeds.. volt mod the core.. perhaps..

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    Yeah, i guess it's pretty good but I used to get 5800-5900. I don't know what happened though, it just...dropped for some reason and t can't get back up.
     
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