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MAXXMEM Benchmark Results Thread

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

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    Thanks super Sargent, I'll update when I get home :toast:
     
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    Hello, please repost with format from post one, thanks.

    ...and welcome to TPU :toast:
     
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    Umm, not sure what happened to the compare function. Used to read 18.79GB/s full scale for dual channel so when I bent the needle on that I thought it might have adjusted higher but instead on the next run it went down to 17.71GB/s. :confused: :(
     
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    Looks like high clock speed can be traded for low timings and a 3:1 uncore ratio.

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    RAM SPEED- 1200 Mhz
    MEM COPY (MB/sec)- 19258
    MEM READ (MB/sec)- 16161
    MEM WRITE (MB/sec)- 15800
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    CP are the ram speeds just listed by what we put up or by rated (or base) speed? Just a little confusing at first glance and was trying to make sense of it.

    Do you have a 2:1 pas of that at 1600 cas 8?

    Also what kind of vvt voltage penalty do you take going from 2:1 (which is usually the lowest) to that 3:1?
     
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    I was running 1600 at 8-8-8-24 at 1.275 vtt, wasn't stable and I didn't bother messing with the volts at the time. I just dropped it to 1200 MHz at cas 7. To get cas 6 I just upped the ram voltage and IOH to 1.2, might not have even needed the IOH. Interestingly I had to make no voltage change to get a 3600 uncore, but I had to go to 1.35vtt to even get it to boot at 4000. IOH didn't help so I just gave up on that, the performance increase wasn't worth such a huge step-up in voltage, and my memory performance already seems above average. I have to say this feels insanely snappy. I think low speed, tight timings, and high uncore gives the best "feel" for a system.
     
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    What you put up.
     
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    You can ditch the last one. I moved the multi up one so I'm back to 4.2 GHz now that the heatwave is over. Interesting just upping the clock speed on the cpu and no other connecting frequencies makes a difference, however small.

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    MEM COPY (MB/sec)- 19499
    MEM READ (MB/sec)- 16357
    MEM WRITE (MB/sec)- 15828
    MEM LATENCY (ns)- 46.8

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    :rockout: Updated.
     
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    For some reason my G.Skill Pi don't like more than about 1700mhz no matter what amount of tweaking I do. Swapped in the Corsairs I had and things look a lot better. This below is LinX and Hyper Pi 32m stable with only 1.325v on vvt. This was really, really effortless. Going to shoot for 2Ghz tomorrow evening to see what kind of vvt I need for 4ghz uncore. :rockout:

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    updated, nice to see this thread active again. :)
     
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    Could you edit the cpu part on both of mine to reflect the speeds? Otherwise there's no indicator of why the score changed. Like: Intel 920 D0 4 GHz / Intel 920 D0 4.2 GHz
     
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    Sure can, when you post the score just add the speed after the CPU type. :toast:

    Check them now and make sure they are ok.
     
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    Yeah that's good. Just figure that makes it more informative.
     
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    these clarkies have terrible memory controllers latency wise but i can get this ram to 2000mhz without much issue, the scores dont change a whole lot so i dont see the point.
     
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