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    Default Clock speed to take advantage of 2133Mhz

    Hello, I have a Z68 motherboard and i7 2600k. I need to fill my RAM to the maximum supported - 32 GB for audio. I will be loading around 20 GB at a time, then adding additional small increments from there.

    I assume that 2133Mhz would significantly improve loading speed of such large batches relative to 1600. I've heard, however, that overclocking the processor is necessary or different above 1600 will not be experienced.

    Is there a calculation to determine appropriate clock speed to gain full benefits of 2133Mhz but not overclock in excess of that requirement?

    Thank you!

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    Default Re: Clock speed to take advantage of 2133Mhz

    With 2133MHz coupled with your platform, 1866MHz with tighter timings will do about the same as 2133MHz. 1600MHz to 2133MHz, you won't see much real world difference. You will see more performance with CPU overclock. Start there.

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    Default Re: Clock speed to take advantage of 2133Mhz

    How much real world difference is there going to be from say 1600 to 2500 on the memory speed??

    The way I read it is, NOT much.
    But OC anything is the reason for it.

    But can understand (Mission Critical) If thats the goal.

    My take.

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    Default Re: Clock speed to take advantage of 2133Mhz

    More performance in terms of what? If RAM speed remains constant, will loading to it speed up with higher clock speed?

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