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MAXXMEM Benchmark Results Thread

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

  1. Chicken Patty

    Chicken Patty WCG Moderator Staff Member

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    Are the 32nm i7s more sensitive to vvt then the 45nm i7s? Asus I've read recommends up to 1.5v when trying to get high ram clocks. I think Gigabyte is a little higher.
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    BOARD- M4A79XTD EVO
    OPERATING SYSTEM- Win7 SP1
    RAM TIMINGS- 8-8-8-24 1T
    RAM SPEED-1600
    MEM COPY (MB/sec)- 12598
    MEM READ (MB/sec)- 9730
    MEM WRITE (MB/sec)- 8053
    MEM LATENCY (ns)- 58.0

    [​IMG]
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    RAM TIMINGS-9-9-9-24 1T
    RAM SPEED-895/1790
    MEM COPY (MB/sec)-11297
    MEM READ (MB/sec)-8984
    MEM WRITE (MB/sec)-7184
    MEM LATENCY (ns)-61.9

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    Nice OC on teh mems man...I get a slightly better score than you on 1666MHz (XMS3) though, but still very impressive, Congrats.

    T00k a quick screenie:

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    Good question.

    I7990x is most impressive on memory benchmarks.
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    I've never read anything anywhere so that's why it kind of confused me.
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    re-ran after some setting changes :toast:


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    CPU- i7 2600K
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    OPERATING SYSTEM- Win7 x64
    RAM TIMINGS- 9-9-9-24-2T
    RAM SPEED- 1600
    MEM COPY (MB/sec)- 22812
    MEM READ (MB/sec)- 20513
    MEM WRITE (MB/sec)- 22460
    MEM LATENCY (ns)- 51.7

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    New results after a slight raise in NB/HT:

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    OPERATING SYSTEM- Win7 Ultimate x64
    RAM TIMINGS- 8-8-8-24-1T
    RAM SPEED- 1600
    MEM COPY (MB/sec)- 13053
    MEM READ (MB/sec)- 10100
    MEM WRITE (MB/sec)- 8596
    MEM LATENCY (ns)- 56.9
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    Updated fellas. :toast:
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    I have a quickie to ask:How do u fellas make 2 instances of CPU-Z appear??? (perhaps cuz i have teh installed ver.)
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    Just open it twice, works for me like that.
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    Nope it doesn´t work @ all :wtf:, but thx for replying m8...Ill take some beers/liqour & watch Jackass3D in Blu-Ray & 7.1 DTS surr. instead :D :toast:

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    OPERATING SYSTEM- Win 7 Ultimate
    RAM TIMINGS- 8-8-8-24
    RAM SPEED-1800
    MEM COPY (MB/sec)-20343
    MEM READ (MB/sec)- 20049
    MEM WRITE (MB/sec)-19233
    MEM LATENCY (ns)- 44.5

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    trickson OH, I have such a headache

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    I did this run again . I am looking better !

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    RAM Speed - 1117 MHz
    MEM COPY (MB/sec) - 10019
    MEM READ (MB/sec ) - 8444
    MEM WRITE (MB/sec ) - 9622
    MEM LATENCY (ns ) - 64.4

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    Good job bro, I'll update it when I get home today. :toast:
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    A small tip. I noted I get better copy speed if I run IBT on max first, cutting it off right after it fills up the memory, giving me lower memory usage than I start with on boot up. I guess from stuff being pulled out of cache. For some reason freeing up that extra 5% of mem helps the copy score. For me anyways.
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    trickson OH, I have such a headache

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    It is getting better knowing that this RAM is supper sweet at over clocking , I must say this Kingston Hyper-X has been the only RAM that I have had that can do this . I really do love this stuff . I will be trying for more later on . :rockout:
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    I'll look into them since I might be getting some RAM soon
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    trickson OH, I have such a headache

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    I was skeptical at first but I must say that this is the BEST RAM I HAVE EVER HAD Hands down the best DDR2 stuff out to date ! I have never been as pleased as I am today . I am still trying to get more out of my system but for now it is just were I want it I have 4.2GHz CPU with 1117MHz on the RAM this is so fast ! I know there is more but till I get the meanwell PSU I am going to keep it here .
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    Wonder if they are just as good in DDR3?
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    trickson OH, I have such a headache

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    I am not sure about that at all . I am still running an older out dated system . But they are not that far off the mark when you look at things . DDR3 is much faster but DDR2 is still viable IMHO .

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