Discussion in 'General Hardware' started by hoax32, Dec 29, 2012.
that happened because you used standard ram not overclocked ram
The processor and memory score always seem to match, just before this test they were were both 8.1, before that both 8.2.
My memory score is @ 7.9 on Windows 7 x64 Ultimate, its as you've been told it has more to do with the memory speed and timing, the higher the memory speed and tighter timing the more probability of having a higher score as generally the memory performs faster, the capacity increase is also good mostly if you are in video editing and encoding as I am the more memory comes in handy.
read this article: http://www.anandtech.com/show/6372/...333-to-ddr32400-on-ivy-bridge-igp-with-gskill
My score RAM is Corsair vengeance 2 x 4GB @ 1600 220.127.116.11
No. its not about memory speed and timing. its all about Read-Write-Copy
i use DDR2 OCZ Platinum 1066 2*2GB
for the 11teenthbillionth time
WEI is meaningless
seriously why people care about it I will never understand
WEI tests ram by copying a file back and forth its less effective then pissing on a storm-drain in a rainstorm it means NOTHING
If this concerns your E2-1800 laptop, it's likely because the CPU only has a single channel memory controller for the entire APU.
How is 8G overkill? Today, 8G is the norm...
8GB in a netbook is overkill. Though the G585 being a netbook is arguable...
id call it a netbook its not fast enough for me to consider it a full laptop
I have 8GB in this machine and I always have at least 3GB free no matter what I am playing or doing
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