Memory Scaling On The AMD Kaveri A10-7850K APU
Ryan Martin / 7 years ago
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3DMark 11 was fairly unresponsive to memory frequency rises suggesting it isn’t a bandwidth intensive benchmark.
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3DMark showed more scaling from the memory increases, around 7% between 1866 and 2400MHz – still nothing amazing though.
In gaming was where the real wins came. Across the board we observed significant jumps in frame rates of 10-30% in most games. The biggest jumps occurred between 1866 and 2133, there was a case of diminishing returns after 2133MHz.