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  • Ehvis
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    "The memory timings were not tweaked between the different frequency levels."

    Can you clarify what that means? Because if it means that the timings were kept the same for tests, then the test would be a bit silly.

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  • davidbepo
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    Originally posted by thelongdivider View Post
    The scaling is actually very good for higher spec memory. More than I thought it might be.
    ryzen processors are memory starved due to infinity fabric. no surprises here

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  • thelongdivider
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    The scaling is actually very good for higher spec memory. More than I thought it might be.

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  • DDR4 Memory Scaling & DDR4-3600 Testing With AMD Threadripper On Linux

    Phoronix: DDR4 Memory Scaling & DDR4-3600 Testing With AMD Threadripper On Linux

    For those that may be looking at purchasing an AMD Threadripper this holiday season, especially with the recent price drops, here are some fresh memory tests on the Threadripper 1950X while running Debian GNU/Linux.

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