Originally Posted by steve10765
RAM speed plays more of a part in CAD and programs like it.
when your doing something that takes a week to render in CAD, a 3200MHZ RAM speed will speed things up a bit(not much)
if you game with 3200MHZ RAM thats like a waste of money because its just too much and you wont notice the difference at all other than in benchmarks.
can anyone second this?
Don't think you'd ever see 3200 in a CAD machine honestly, as that's above stable limits for any kind of serious CAD work. Even most overclockers still don't really go above 2800 besides LN2 enthusiasts.
Even still, using Maya I don't see much of a difference between 1600 or 2133. Granted, I've never rendered anything that would take that long. Actually, I get impatient if something takes over a few hours with GPGPU help.
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