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Old 06-05-2019, 07:26 AM
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Question Vengeance Pro Rgb 3000C15 to 4266C19

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I am playing on RUST and I would like to have more FPS. I have now the Corsair Vengeance Pro Rgb at 3000MHz C15 XMP with 8700K 5GHz 1.376-1.392 Volts. With a GTX1080Ti OC 2038MHz Asus ROG Strix. I am having on average 104 FPS, it goes below 80 FPS on areas with a lot of trees and grass. Sometimes, I can get 116 FPS on some areas without a high density of objects. I am playing the game with every settings crancked to the maximum except the deph of field blur. So I am wondering if I should spend some 440 Euros or 570 Euros on some ram to increase a slight bit of the performances. There is the Vengeance Pro Rgb series and the Dominator Platinum Rgb ones, I see that they're having both the same timings, what could justify that price? Theyre basically the same. On the site of Corsair, they're cheaper, I see.

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Old 06-19-2019, 01:55 AM
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No!
Honestly I don't think it would be worth it.
If you check out performance numbers for the 8700K then you will see that changing the RAM a little really makes a trivial difference. Not even close to 500 Eu difference!! You would be far better selling the 1080ti then using the 500Eu towards a 2080ti which will give you a very substantial increase in performance ( 30% ish ). Replacing the already good RAM could only result literally in one or two extra frames.
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No!
Honestly I don't think it would be worth it.
If you check out performance numbers for the 8700K then you will see that changing the RAM a little really makes a trivial difference. Not even close to 500 Eu difference!! You would be far better selling the 1080ti then using the 500Eu towards a 2080ti which will give you a very substantial increase in performance ( 30% ish ). Replacing the already good RAM could only result literally in one or two extra frames.
This is what makes me think that it's worth it...

And thus...

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Intel cpus don't benefit as much from ram speed as AMD does. You should listen to Pocah :P The 2080(Ti) where you stand is the better option.
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