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    Crucial 32GB DDR4-2,133 memory

    Fill up the X99 platform with dense memory.
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    Re: Crucial 32GB DDR4-2,133 memory

    Could you include the scores for DDR3 modules ? Comparing other speed DDR4 is fine and all, but considering anyone WITH DDR4 already is hardly gonna be looking to change, no matter the scores, I think people would rather see the score differences between DDR3 (especially the highest end speed sticks) so we can get a feel of the benefits of switching...even if in the real world the difference between DDR3 and DDR4 would only be noticed in extremely multiload situations

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    Re: Crucial 32GB DDR4-2,133 memory

    Quote Originally Posted by Tunnah View Post
    Could you include the scores for DDR3 modules ? Comparing other speed DDR4 is fine and all, but considering anyone WITH DDR4 already is hardly gonna be looking to change, no matter the scores, I think people would rather see the score differences between DDR3 (especially the highest end speed sticks) so we can get a feel of the benefits of switching...even if in the real world the difference between DDR3 and DDR4 would only be noticed in extremely multiload situations
    I second this.

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    Re: Crucial 32GB DDR4-2,133 memory

    Quote Originally Posted by Tunnah View Post
    Could you include the scores for DDR3 modules ?
    There aren't many (any?) X99 boards that can take DDR3 are there at the moment? As soon as you change CPU you're changing memory controller and a whole host of variables that would make the comparison meaningless.

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    Re: Crucial 32GB DDR4-2,133 memory

    Quote Originally Posted by kalniel View Post
    There aren't many (any?) X99 boards that can take DDR3 are there at the moment?
    but for anyone wanting to make the jump to X99 , they will want to see if changing to DDR4 from high speed DDR3 is actually worth while right now

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    Re: Crucial 32GB DDR4-2,133 memory

    Haswell-e is DDR4 only. Chipset doesn't matter.
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    And by trying to force me to like small pants, they've alienated me.

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    Re: Crucial 32GB DDR4-2,133 memory

    Quote Originally Posted by HalloweenJack View Post
    but for anyone wanting to make the jump to X99 , they will want to see if changing to DDR4 from high speed DDR3 is actually worth while right now
    Surely the difference in CPU is going to play a role? If you look at the haswell E review then they come with the effects of DDR4, so you can see if it's worth while. It's not like you can get DDR4 without haswell e.

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    Re: Crucial 32GB DDR4-2,133 memory

    Very underwhelming, looks like marketing over substance atm especially with that horrible latency.
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    Re: Crucial 32GB DDR4-2,133 memory

    Quote Originally Posted by kalniel View Post
    Surely the difference in CPU is going to play a role? If you look at the haswell E review then they come with the effects of DDR4, so you can see if it's worth while. It's not like you can get DDR4 without haswell e.
    Yes but having the numbers will be useful nonetheless

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    Re: Crucial 32GB DDR4-2,133 memory

    DDR3 vs. DDR4 is, in my opinion, only meaningful when you can take the CPU out of the equation. If there was a way of running DDR3 on the HSW-E platform it would have been included. Which DDR3-compatible CPU do you think should be used to added context to this review?

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    Re: Crucial 32GB DDR4-2,133 memory

    Quote Originally Posted by Tunnah View Post
    Yes but having the numbers will be useful nonetheless
    Isn't that in the cpu reviews?

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    Re: Crucial 32GB DDR4-2,133 memory

    Quote Originally Posted by Tarinder View Post
    DDR3 vs. DDR4 is, in my opinion, only meaningful when you can take the CPU out of the equation. If there was a way of running DDR3 on the HSW-E platform it would have been included. Which DDR3-compatible CPU do you think should be used to added context to this review?
    IMO something like the 5820K / 5930K , with the 4930K would be a useful comparison , both socket 2011 yet 1 package is DDr3 and 1 is DDR4 ; and as we've seen IB > HW isn't a huge leap at all, meaning its down to just how it uses the ram it has. Could well see DDR3 leading in some benchies and DDR4 in others.

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    Re: Crucial 32GB DDR4-2,133 memory

    Could you add benchmark results from the overclocked Crucial memory? In the article you say you got it to 2,667MHz with only a modest boost in voltage, it would be nice to see how this affects the benchmark scores.

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    Re: Crucial 32GB DDR4-2,133 memory

    I remember getting crucial DDR3 2GB 1333mhz sticks when other DDR3 prices where almost double, they even look the same, no fancy heat spreaders etc.

    From that past experience if I was looking into DDR4 now this would be it without a doubt.

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    Re: Crucial 32GB DDR4-2,133 memory

    How would they be able to provide scores for DDR3 modules? They even ran the processor at the same speed the whole time here. If they threw in a 4790K or something such it would be quite a different beast.

    It's not for people who already have DDR4. It's for people who consider what to purchase.

    The results you'd see is much higher GB/s for DDR4 but somewhat higher latency.

    Chances are 4790K using DDR3 may perform better in those games than 5820K using DDR4.

    I'm somewhat more interested in the later anyway because I guess multi-threading will go up, AMD and the consoles may hold per core demand back somewhat anyway and you could always overclock the CPU but it will be harder to make more cores =P. But finally and more relevant is that I often have my browser open - I don't know whatever the OS can move processes already running between the processor cores but if it can hopefully that would free up some processing power for a game even though the browser was running. I don't know how it will work with Chrome which spams a lot of processes, may be better with Firefox which may just sit on one core. The step up from 3.5 to 4 GHz isn't as big as 4 cores @ 3.5 GHz to 6 cores @ 3.3 GHz.

    The intelligent individuals I guess wait for the follow up of z97 and consumer hexa-core and DDR4 but I've already waited so long and kinda need something better now.

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    Re: Crucial 32GB DDR4-2,133 memory

    This looks good for my new build , depending on price and availability .

    Thx for the write up .

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