It's around 1456. At my bclock upping the multiplier would put it over the 1600mhz specification for the RAM I have and I didn't want to do that.
You won't get a noticeable improvement with lower RAM timings so it's not worth paying extra for slightly lower ones. Not unless you're going to be running a lot of synthetic benchmarks and even then the improvements would be in the single digit percentage range.Another quick question, what are the timings of your RAM? I'm not sure how good timings I need...
Just don't get the same case, that'll be a little creepy >_>Awesome.
I might end up with the exact same Motherboard, CPU and RAM as Adiuvo. And I have a 4850, so our PCs will be virtually identical
Haha, I already have a case (though it's pretty shocking )Just don't get the same case, that'll be a little creepy >_>
Anyone know how well the 4800 series scales in Crossfire? 4890s are roughly $100 on Ebay and I'm thinking about buying another.