Thursday, October 9th 2008

A-DATA and ASUS Demonstrate Intel Nehalem's DDR3 Performance

Remember the A-DATA DDR3 triple channel memory and the ASUS P6T Deluxe motherboard? They are both detailed on our page, but this story aims to show how both parts perform when working coupled with a quad-core Core i7 engineering sample CPU. The results you're about to see below are achieved by three 1600MHz A-DATAs overclocked to over 2000MHz. The result is system memory read/write speeds of up to the incredible 20515/16946 MB/s. The latency time is also worth mentioning - 22.9ns.

Source: HEXUS.net
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29 Comments on A-DATA and ASUS Demonstrate Intel Nehalem's DDR3 Performance

#1
alexp999
Staff
Sweet! Now just to see if the makes any difference in game...
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#2
phanbuey
at what point did the cpu pop? :laugh:
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#3
Atnevon
That board is gorgeous. Its like a mini Manhattan (the city, not the project) with all the grid patterns as heat sinks. And that ram!!!
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#4

You know, when you hire models to promote your board, no one is actually looking at the board... :slap:
#5
alexp999
Staff
by: Atnevon
That board is gorgeous. Its like a mini Manhattan (the city, not the project) with all the grid patterns as heat sinks. And that ram!!!
by: insider
You know, when you hire models to promote your board, no one is actually looking at the board... :slap:
Wow! There were pictures of the motherboard! OMFG...j/k :laugh:

Is that a RAM cooler, or part of the ram...?
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#7

Damn that body, ahem, I meant board....
#9
Homeless
I'm glad i'm not the only one who thought the girl stood out more
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#10
suraswami
by: alexp999
Wow! There were pictures of the motherboard! OMFG...j/k :laugh:

Is that a RAM cooler, or part of the ram...?
LOL, I was looking for something else, you know, in that picture. Damn the mobo.
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#11
aquariuz
here's a pic of the model if anyone's interested hehe :toast::laugh:

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#12
trt740
by: aquariuz
here's a pic of the model if anyone's interested hehe :toast::laugh:


man kinda ruff around the dome.
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#13
suraswami
by: aquariuz
here's a pic of the model if anyone's interested hehe :toast::laugh:


not so good:shadedshu
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#14

Don't leech from other sites bandwidth, use a free image hosting site...
#15
unclewebb
RealTemp Author
by: insider
Don't leech from other sites bandwidth, use a free image hosting site...
Instead of leeching then you're just doing copyright infringement by stealing pictures from a website. :cool:

Posting a link to the Hexus page with the girl on it would be best but that's already available in the first post.

Anyway, all this extra memory bandwidth is great but that wasn't really holding back the previous Core generation. I can't wait to see the real numbers of what difference this is actually going to make.
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#16
Laurijan
Thats what i call turbocharged!
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#17
Darknova
*holds hands up* I was wrong...

Bloody hell, me wanty. (guess which? ;))
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#18
Elijah86
Oh man I would love to play games with that one all night!
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#19
InnocentCriminal
Resident Grammar Amender
Completely ignored my thread (that I posted 3 hours before this one) about this then. You might as well delete it as it's now defunct.
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#20
Octavean
I cant really decide which one I want more the board or the girl but I’m married so my Wife will only let me have the board ;)

I guess I’ll take the board and thank my lucky stars :)
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#21
_jM
i want that ram-cooler..


and the girl too... hell toss in the mobo as well!
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#22
OnionMan
by: _jM



and the girl too...
Ha.. I've got some brown paper bags for you guys then.. You'll be glad you have them when you're with her.. I'd bet they call her 'snaggle-tooth', but not because of her visible smile..
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#23
newconroer
by: aquariuz
here's a pic of the model if anyone's interested hehe :toast::laugh:


I was gonna say 'hmm, she's flat and has split ends...' then I saw the full picture and just thought...'ewww'

And the board is like a mini psycho-tron machine; that's tacky. It reminds me of the style of Biff's hoverboard in Back to the Future II :D

Alas, I don't give a **** what it looks like, bring on the performance.
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#24
Bundy
I wonder what DIMM voltage they used. Was the CPU one of them with unlocked voltages?
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#25
qwerty_lesh
heh 'didnt reveal the voltage or how the oc was done'
I wonder why that information is kept all secret like. this whole voltage ram to memory controller issue is very interesting afaik, more people would want to know that then the low latency and high bandwidth. hehe i also just like phanbuey want to know at what point did the cpu go fail :roll: :laugh:
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