I finished testing my new memory now!
I have a better score w/ 179x13 = 2327MHz than w/ 203x11.5 = 2335MHz. I think, the timings are the reason for this: at 179MHz I have CAS-TRP-TRCD-TRAS=2-2-2-7 as the fastest timings that work (Tras 7 is faster than Tras 5 and 6). At 203MHz the best is 2.5-3-3-8. The biggest difference makes the TRCD-timing.
Benchmark results (3DMark01SE, RAM:FSB=1:1 in all test):
179x13 = 2327MHz (2-2-2-7): 14238 (Prime stable 24 hours)
179x13 = 2327MHz (2-2-2-5): 14201 (not tested for stability)
181x13 = 2353MHz (2,5-2-3-7): 14102 (not tested for stability)
181x13 = 2353MHz (2,5-2-3-6): 14042 (not tested for stability)
181x13 = 2353MHz (3-3-3-8): 13947 (Prime stable 6 hours)
188x12,5 = 2350MHz (2,5-2-3-7): 14053 (not tested for stability)
188x12,5 = 2350MHz (3-3-3-8): 14057 (Prime stable 6 hours)
203x11,5 = 2335MHz (2,5-3-3-8): 14043 (Prime stable 30 min.)
203x11,5 = 2335MHz (3-3-3-8): 14081 (Prime stable 6 hours)
My question: Can I also expect in games, that 203x11.5 is slower than 179x13, just because the timings are lower althought FSB and overall clock are faster? What setting do you think is the fastest in games?
About memory-voltage: I use 2.77V and this will not change, if it isnt stable at a lower voltage: I have posted in 32 forums what voltage I should use and 32 people gave replies, which answered the question: 16 (50%) said, that I should use 2.9V or more, 13 (40.6%) said I should use 2.77V and 3 (9.4%) said I should use 2.63V. I will test, if 2.63V is also stable at the best setting I can get w/ 2.77V.
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