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Does RAM help out a lot for PCSX2
#11
For DDR3, I would not go lower than 2133MHz (PC3-17000). However, DDR3 2400MHz seems more appetizing [drools]. DDR2 typically tops out at +/-1200MHz
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#12
DDR2 tops out @ 1333 Smile
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#13
anyway i have discovered that very small amount of RAM frequency might affect 1-3% of performance

specially while doing CPU benchmark 50 - 100 loss in frequency made me loss 4 FPS !

and i needed to downclock it otherwise the RAM will toast Tongue
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(12-17-2011, 08:27 AM)StriFe79 Wrote: DDR2 tops out @ 1333 Smile

1333MHz stable or unstable? FYI, that's not the world records. The highest that was ever achieved was 1800.80MHz on a DDR2.
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#15
Stable Smile My motherboard supports DDR2-1333 maximum. Mainly since it's a AM2/AM2+/AM3 motherboard with still the DDR2 MC on it, but u can use 1333 Mhz DDR2 Memory in it, though the only issue with this memory is that it is darn rare to get it Tongue Besides with my hardware I must run my memory @ 800 Mhz, even if I use 1066 memory, but that's probably due to the fact that some motherboards need u to put the memory one speed lower if u use all the banks Smile
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