Noted, I used to do it the other way with rainbow colouring, but a user on another board told me that they felt it made more sense being able to see it by vendor platform.One suggestion, though. It's really really hard to discern different CPUs because you use very close shades of blue for Intels. I know this is probably because of Team Blue and Team Red
Both methods have their strengths, but I must admit I agree with your comments, I was finding it tricky to differentiate the shades too.
I may change it back around on the next test round.
I get asked this on every release, no it didn't in any previous testing. It helps accelerate none real-time tools like rendering or even gaming, but memory isn't the bottleneck to ASIO handling.I noticed you ran the memories in 3200mhz
I have seen overall benchmarks for other productivity tasks and games that running memory clock at 3600mhz improves performance considerably as this also increases the clock speed of the infinity fabric bridge between the dyes on the cpu.
Will you be running any future tests to see if this could have any impact on performance for audio use?
On Ryzen 2 I could run 2133 or 3200 and it didn't make a difference. I'll take a poke at the Ryzen 3 memory too I guess next week when I test some more mainboards, but I'm honestly expecting to see zero difference again.