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Mcpoople

Some triple channel results

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Hey there!

 

these are my results with 3x2 GB's running at 1407 MHz with 9-9-9-24 timings.

I might fiddle with the timings to see if i can squeeze more bandwidth out of it.

 

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//McPoople

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Great, thanks, it is a lot faster than I would imagine for 1400mhz @ CAS9!

 

I'd be REAL interested in seeing what other users who have 1866 - 3200mhz CAS9 RAM would get!  I believe it would be as high as 15,000 MB/s!

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Imagine how fast that would be!  Especially with DDR4 around the corner.  I fully expect Dimmdrive to be able to hit 20,000 MB/s!

 

EDIT:  Well, assuming DDR4 has such a huge boost in speeds.  Consider it is 64bit and the same clock... who knows!

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I just read some report saying a company did 40 TB/s data transmission using a laser transceiver.   So who knows, maybe it'll happen soon!

 

Inb4 people say Youtube will still stutter :)

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Holy cow, 16GB chips that can hit 4000+mhz! 

 

I wonder if they have a press or marketing contacts where I could get my hands on 8x 16GB chips and do some Dimmdrive testing?

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Are there any motherboards yet for the new CPUs as well as DDR4?  That'll be the key I think.  I would really love to have a umm, "test system", where I can max out the DDR4 RAM, max out the CPU, and yea, test Dimmdrive.  With Steam games galore.  You know, for business purposes :)

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Business purposes... Sure... ;)

See if you can get me one of those "test systems" :P

 

I don't think any mobos have the new 2011-3 socket yet. If not, I'm sure there will be a few by the end of 2014.

Honestly, I don't get why they kept the 2011 name if it's not even backwards compatible with the older 2011 sockets.

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Wow, that is some intense RAM ....

As for fast internet speeds, did you see that there is a city here in the US

that offers free internet to it's city, and it's something like 50 times faster than normal broadband?

I don't have this either just 111mb/s down and 11mbps up

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