Perhaps on your quad core you are not memory bound... on server running slow ram... very bound.Is it really? All benchmarks I have seen so far indicate that it scales very poorly with memory speeds. It scales a little better on Zen CPUs for other reasons, but still far from being memory bound. Sure, If you want those 50 points to get first place in an overclocking competition you have to crank up the memory as well. CPU clock speeds translate almost 1:1 into higher scores, memory speeds do not.
As did I... It is not condescending to assume you have the most common core count and that your bottleneck is elsewhere... I didn't get much improvement on my x79 rig overclocking ram, even with an octo, doesn't mean cinebench isn't memory sensitive, just means the bottleneck wasn't there. When dealing with servers, high core counts, low ram frequencies and high cas latencies... every bit helps.I don't own a quad-core, but thanks for explaining in a condescending way although I tried to make my point as precisely as possible