Sorry for the delay, but I just submitted my PPBM5 results to the site after the upgrade to 32GB.
Recieved it. Will be adding them asap.
Thanks, Harm. Now I (or anybody who accesses the PPBM5 results list) can directly compare my 32GB and 24GB results out of that same PC. It just shows that even the "EOL" LGA 1155 platform can still benefit from maxing out the RAM at 32GB, especially with a higher-end GPU.
By the way, I currently have the top CS6 result among the "lesser" mainstream CPU platforms (and 95th overall out of the current 1,148 systems on the list). The CS6 rankings above mine all run CPUs that are significantly more expensive than the i7-2600K that I currently use (either an i7-980X from the last generation or an i7-39xx hexacore in the current LGA 2011 generation - and an i7-3930K costs twice as much money than an i7-3770K on a CPU-only basis). By comparison, the top scoring CS6 PC currently on the list with only 16GB of RAM ranked only 211th out of 1,148 while the top CS6 systems with an i7-3770K and an i7-3820 ranked only 250th and 335th, respectively (though neither of those latter two PCs were overclocked, and both PCs had somewhat slower disk systems than my PC - and the 3820 was additionally handicapped by having only 16GB of RAM).