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Extreme Memory Bandwidth!!

Discussion in 'Overclocking & Cooling' started by infrared, Mar 8, 2007.

  1. infrared New Member

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    The challenge: Beat this...

    Everest READ:

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    holy hell...
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    I wanna see if anyone can beat it :D

    There'll always be someone though :p
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    C'mon, someone must be able to get close at least!
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    damn, thats impressive infrared:toast:

    man that came out all wrong:eek:
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    pt not a suicide-bomber

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    HOLY SH^T!
    how did you get it that high??
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    an i975x chipset with 463mhz fsb, and some uber timings on my ram :D
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    pt not a suicide-bomber

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    damn, my max was 9700 and something if i'm not mistaked at 1160 5-5-5-13 :)
    max i can with timmings and speed close to your's, but i still beat you in lower latency :D

    best read i can do with timmings and speed close to your's
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  9. infrared New Member

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    What was your latency? :D
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    pt not a suicide-bomber

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    38.9 or 39.8 :)
    look for official latency competetion or something
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    holy crap, that's awsome!

    Oh, and thanks for your comments Grings, didn't mean to ignore you :)
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    Oooo I love memory bandwidth threads. My old DDR1 scored like 6-7k, with my new system I'm building I plan on using some decent DDR2, so I'll join in on the fun soon. ;)
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    pt not a suicide-bomber

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    the best was ketxxx with 37.8 or something :)
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    and "with the PAE flag added to boot.ini":respect:
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    pt not a suicide-bomber

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