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  1. dr_fish

    Yet Another Arma Benchmark

    They are default, the only thing that wasn't "maxed."
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    Yet Another Arma Benchmark

    I added these results in the comments of my story last week: i7-7700K @ 4.8 w/ DDR4-3733 - 56.5 i7-7700K @ 4.8 w/ DDR4-3200 - 49.6 i7-7700K @ 4.5 w/ DDR4-3200 - 48.8 i7-7700K @ 4.2 w/ DDR4-3733 - 48.1 i7-7700K @ 4.8 w/ DDR4-2400 - 46.4 i7-7700K @ 4.2 w/ DDR4-3200 - 45.5 i7-7700K @ 4.5 w/ DDR4-2400 - 43.9 i7-7700K @ 4.2 w/ DDR4-2400 - 40.2 i7-2600K @ 4.2 w/ DDR3-2133 - 31.0 I also tried this to see something about the impact of memory bandwidth vs latency: Stock i7-7700K w/ 8GB DDR4-3733 - 47.4 (single channel)
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    Yet Another Arma Benchmark

    We used YAAB for another story. This time it's about my upgrade from an i7-2600K to an i7-7700. Thanks again for the great tool.
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    Yet Another Arma Benchmark

    The biggest jump was from 2133 to 3000 - but there was another jump from 3000 to 3866. 3866 RAM is pretty expensive, but as I said, there's no other way to pick up those frames. On the 7700K, it was 46 FPS with 2133 and 56 FPS for 3866. Very impressive for just memory.
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    Yet Another Arma Benchmark

    Hey guys, just wanted to point out that we've used Yet Another Arma Benchmark in our i7 7700K review. Thank you, Greenfist for such a handy tool. We used it to show off the impact of various RAM speeds on Arma performance. It's crazy how much that matters to Arma III, you just can't pick up those frames any other way.