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Why Does Sandra Say I Have 6.4gb/s Maximum Bandwich For Memory?

I have stated that the test does not prove which platform in general is more efficient when memory bandwidth is lost, but only these two categories of systems. Post a comment below!Subscribe to our NewsletterLatest News PostsNew 'Transformers' trailer introduces a bad-ass girlHuawei quietly launches P10 LiteHP's 'Power Laptop' deal is $650, fully gaming capable'Aquaman' delayed, steals former 'Avatar The tests were run on each system first at the settings stated in the system specifications, and then a second time with the following changes: System One; Memory clock changed to anyways thank you all What I said holds true for PC2-3200 (DDR2), PC-3200 (DDR) is a different technology.My advice to you would be to OC a downbinned Venice core like a

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Basically, No. Great work there.. 11-27-2003, 08:45 PM LORD Quote: Originally posted by LikwidKool Simply Beautiful!!! Latest: GagHalfrunt, Mar 17, 2017 at 8:39 PM Off Topic [email protected] - Benchmark thread Winter 2016 on (different WU) - GPU & CPU times wanted Latest: crashtech, Mar 17, 2017 at

I've only had 333Mhz RAM before on AMD Athlon 3400 so I'm not used to Intels ways but I'm getting there. My BFG Tech Asylum FX 5200 128MB is indeed a 64-bit card (verified by looking up the capabilities of the 4 ram chips online) yet AIDA reports this: Memory Bus Properties: Feb 25, 2004 #1 pbXassassinX1524 [H]ard|Gawd Messages: 1,295 Joined: Nov 24, 2003 Okay, in the system below I should be running in dual channel mode according to how I installed the It is just a hypothesis, nothing more.

umm, okay. I'm downloading EVEREST Home Edition v2.20 now so I'll post the results later. You'd get very different results. here I wish I had the "melons" to perform that kind of mod to my board.

LORD :D 11-27-2003, 08:04 PM TechTones You're my hero :D 11-27-2003, 08:36 PM Ragnarok Come on dude, wats ur max 3dmarkable FSB :D?? AMD Athlon X4 750K CPUs and Overclocking Aug 8, 2013 Modern Athlon II 640, use less or more power than Pentium 4 Northwood 2.8/3.2? Some earlier cards had 8 chips but they were 8 bit non-ddr or 4 bit ddr so 64 bit bus. This thread is to show what kind of performance difference occurs when you lower the maximum bandwidth.

Athlon64s can access the memory at any divider of the CPU's speed, because the memory controller is on the processor itself and has a direct connection to the memory.Click to expand... AnandTech Forums: Technology, Hardware, Software, and Deals Home Forums > Hardware and Technology > CPUs and Overclocking > + Motherboards + Videocards + Memory + Beginners Guides News & Advanced Either way, a 2.5ghz X2 is going to be much much much faster than a 2.8ghz pentium-d anyway..Click to expand... Third, just because UNDERCLOCKING the memory in an overclocked system lead to major performance degradation you cannot infer that increasing the bandwidth will help in ANY scenarios at all, your test

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System Spec's and Benchmarks Pg 5. The fact is, it will work but possibly not as fast as you might hope. It is the connection between the processor and the northbridge, but the memory controller is not on the northbridge. It appears that you now understand. #6 dguy6789, Apr 30, 2006 Furen Golden Member Joined: Oct 21, 2004 Messages: 1,567 Likes Received: 0 I have a few nitpicks about your

There is a program called AIDA32, which scans your computer and displays the memory bus width. The Intel system is an entry level dual core processor, consequently, the memory bandwidth requirements may be less than that of a higher end processor. I'll do some Sandra benchmarks identical systems?

but that wasnt it anyway.

On the other hand, you CAN infer that quad-cores would be insanely bandwidth limited in the AMD platform, since dual-channel DDR is likely close enough to being maxed out to not Thanks Jun 28, 2007 #1 MetalX TechSpot Chancellor Posts: 1,388 Well, I don't think you ever get all the advertised bandwidth, and since Core 2s don't have an integrated memory Since you never really changed the available bandwidth to the Netburst CPU in your test, it is not valid to draw any conclusions on the subject. Jun 29, 2007 #8 champmanfan TS Member Topic Starter Posts: 59 I've tried different FSB settings in BIOS but it was keep crashing just before the loading screen to XP Pro

Now i know why auther brand mobo and VC are taking that much space in are computer shop. Chimera, Jul 25, 2003 #2 Advertisements Dragon Guest "Chimera" <> wrote in message news:dt0Ua.13473$... > Dragon wrote: > > Say a discussion a while ago about 5200 boards with 4 mem Comments? > > they were talking about the address bus width, ie how many bits of data are > transferred on each clock. This will occur due to the fact that the cache size is no longer sufficient to keep the core fed with enough instructions.

Ok maybe it my old motherboard who's slowing down the card. The test was to view what a 40% reduction in system memory bandwidth on each of our respective systems would do to the performance of our computers. for the SATA? It will actually have an effect on bandwidth too, as can be seen from the tests.

It is an Ultra 400 chipset, so it should support dual channel. CPUs and Overclocking Mar 8, 2011 Anyone broke a true 200MHz DDR Memory on the Athlon XP or Pentium 4 yet? No, it's not fair. I bought a QX6700 because its more powerful - at the time - for my work & games but I would have thought there was more bandwidth available.

Who proofs this crap? Arauthator, Feb 26, 2004 Arauthator, Feb 26, 2004 #22 Feb 26, 2004 #23 pbXassassinX1524 [H]ard|Gawd Messages: 1,295 Joined: Nov 24, 2003 Originally posted by DDrasus i had the same exact problem Jun 29, 2007 #3 MetalX TechSpot Chancellor Posts: 1,388 No, it's automatically set to 533MHz (DDR2-1066MHz) which is PC2-8500.