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MAXXMEM Benchmark Results Thread

Discussion in 'Motherboards & Memory' started by Chicken Patty, Jun 8, 2010.

  1. rickss69

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    MEM COPY (MB/sec)- 26252
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    MEM LATENCY (ns)- 40.0

    (MB is almost dead...going out for rma soon)


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    MEM COPY (MB/sec)- 21857
    MEM READ (MB/sec)- 19854
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    MEM LATENCY (ns)- 54.0

    Here's what I have so far, still playing around and getting used to this one

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    Updated guys, thanks a lot! :toast:
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    thanks for keeping this updated, it's amazing how my scores doubled and tripled when I went from the Q6600 to the i7 2600K, now I just need to see what else I can get this to do ;)
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    My pleasure, I am loving the turnout of this thread so far. :toast:
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    I think this thread has been vastly more useful for 1156/1366/1155 comparisons than any reviews I've seen. All the SB reviews seemed to have mixed results in the memory department. This thread tells the real story.
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    With the ringbus that Sandy Bridge uses to connect all of the parts the bandwidth and latency numbers don't really surprise me. I would expect the difference between the three to grow even more if you ran the multithreaded version of the MaxxMem benchmark.

    I would like to know if anyone has done this benchmark using the on chip IGP? Since Intel decided to use the L3 cache also as a frame buffer on Sandy Bridge I'd be interested to see if using the IGP has any negative results. Also to see if the speed of the IGP influenced results at all since I think it and the memory controller are on the same "block" on the die.
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    Nothing like the actual thing. Glad this thread turned out the way it did. :toast:
    Updating, thank you. :toast:
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    Tried to up bclk on this sb rig. It maxed @ 103Mhz with X1900 pci-e vid. card.

    Installed pci vid. card and is a no go:confused:
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    BCLK as in the bus speed? I'm not familiar with SB so I don't know what BCLK/Multi combo they run, but 103 seems low to me, or do you mean the PCI-E bus speed?
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    Yep, seems like bclk tied to pci-e freq and also goes to sata (I corrupted my os a few times) It likes dejavu with (I forgot which cpu) peeps using Pata hard drive and PCI card to raise bus speed because their cpu maxed out at certain multi (most of my 2600k maxed @ 53X)
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    Yea you need to use the cpu multiplier to overclock with SB. There is so little room (from what I've read) in the bclk that it's not worth the effort.
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    multiplier is less of a headache anyways :roll: :roll:
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    My cpu multi maxed @ 53X, need more
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    ^ Mine as well...:(
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    I will test more 2600K this weekend for the last time. If it still no go, I will put it in an htpc 24/7 rig and forget it once and for all:)
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    Hope @ least one of these not a dud:D

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    2600K L050A853 maxed @ 53X on air:(
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    Dumo - Don't be hasty to condemn the cpu...it is possibly the mb that is the limiting factor for you. I believe that to be the case with mine atm because it will not accept vcore over 1.535 and boot.
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    I feel out of place without a DDR3 system. :(
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    rickss...Finally first boot out of the box...L042B243 (second cpu with the same batch) my 9th 2600k:D

    I gotta freez this one:)


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