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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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    Seperate entry CP! Be aware these are the Ridgebacks:

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    mem copy (mb/sec)- 21168
    mem read (mb/sec)- 21177
    mem write (mb/sec)- 17723
    mem latency (ns)- 45.2
     
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    Good stuff Jr. :) :toast:
     
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    No need to add this, just giving some results with 1866 CL6
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    ram speed- 1333 mhz
    mem copy (mb/sec)- 18375
    mem read (mb/sec)- 15855
    mem write (mb/sec)- 16037
    mem latency (ns)- 59.4
     
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    Nothing special but I haven't seen this ram in this thread. Seems like cpu speed really counts here :p

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    ram speed- 1866 mhz
    mem copy (mb/sec)- 15929
    mem read (mb/sec)- 16118
    mem write (mb/sec)- 13100
    mem latency (ns)- 53.5

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    RAM TIMINGS- 10-13-12-21-1T
    RAM SPEED- 2826
    MEM COPY (MB/sec)- 33094
    MEM READ (MB/sec)- 29710
    MEM WRITE (MB/sec)- 27366
    MEM LATENCY (ns)- 36.6

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    Updated. :toast: Sick #'s dumo!
     
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    Not to kick start a dead thread, but I think people will find this interesting. Does MAXXMem really measure memory bandwidth?

    I ran my 3820 at the same memory speed in quad, triple, and dual channel modes and ran MAXXMem each time.

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    The benchmark is single threaded. There is a multi threaded version of the benchmark.
     
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    Yes.

    I find that benchmark more useful when tweaking my system for everyday use.
     
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  15. Chicken Patty

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    So, if we use the multi threaded version, what scores would we be using? The first line of each category? If so I can just make a separate spreadhseet... Have one for each verison.
     
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    You kind of already have the very first row of each section. I'm under the impression that this is actually the same test but on up to 3 threads. Each subsequent score was the memory bandwidth using MMX, SSE, or Streaming on additional threads. I would record all 3. Technically the T3 would represent how much memory bandwidth total the client has, where the first really only says what can this CPU do on one thread. Honestly, triple and quad channel suffer on a single thread because a single core can't use all the available bandwidth and you really need a second thread (notice with mine where bandwidth almost doubled between 1 threads to 2 threads with quad-channel memory). Honestly, I would record all 3, then you can see what does well on one thread and what does well on multiple threads.
     
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    So I would say just get a whole new spreadsheet for those who want to add the multi threaded one. This way we don't mix up scores and keep everything organized.
     
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    RAM TIMINGS- 9-11-11-28-1T
    RAM SPEED- 2500
    MEM COPY (MB/sec)- 30317
    MEM READ (MB/sec)- 29529
    MEM WRITE (MB/sec)- 25175
    MEM LATENCY (ns)- 38.6

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    Coolhad411 I have been eyeballing that set of ram at newegg for a few weeks. Great results.

    If I wasn't such a big fan of Gskill ram I would get that set of ram.
     
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    This is an old OC, just came accross this thread. I have 16gb now, just running at 1600. I think my score with those is 13147 read, don't remember the rest.
     
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    mem read (mb/sec)- 30400
    mem write (mb/sec)- 27323
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    I found some "older" test and just wanted to add it.
    Screenshot is without cpu-z but maxxmem/mem tweakit are showing memory timings etc. Cpu was on SS, 5.5GHz.
     
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    This is my second set (one bad stick on the first set)..yeah i'm also loyal Gskill fan but since i got the Xtreem RAM it's my 24/7 set ,great RAM SonDa.... get it and you won't regret it

    P.S. too bad i'm IMC limited ...whish i could find binned i5/7
     
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    Most IMC are limited to about 2600 on air/water. To make it run higher you need sub zero cooling and it still depends a lot from memory.
    For example my TridentX 2400/Samsung IC are making up to 2600 10-10-13 but 2650+ is no boot , no matter what voltage or timings. On the same cooling all my PSC are making 2800-3000+.

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    pretty bad performance, have to work on that, on the other hand hard to complain as I won it in hwbot comp.
     
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    Yeah...but my CPU won't go north of 2400 ,i have try PCS/Hynix/Samsung (all type of settings /voltages ,etc)with no avail,if i could run 2600 strap i would be very hapy man
     

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