Discussion in 'Overclocking & Cooling' started by itsakjt, Jun 27, 2013.
Just downloaded this..
and its lavalysts Everest re-branded isn't it?
Not exactly ... AIDA64 Extreme Edition is by FinalWire. (a remake of Everest I think ...)
They do look exactly the same to me, which is a good thing as i wanted to find a replacement for Everest now it wont work with my gpu and cpu.
but looking at the copy rights i guess aida came 1st..
any way uploaded my scores which i think should be terrible as this ram seems ridiculously slow (slower than my old 5-5-5-15 ddr2 800
Yes i know but Aida64 = successor of Everest ^^
Check here > http://www.lavalys.com/ ^^
Not exactly ... because DDR3 is more fast in data transfert than DDR2 ...
example : DDR2 @ 1066Mhz transfer less data than DDR3 @ 1066Mhz ^^
It's like the GDDR5 memory; 256 Bit clocked at the speed of a 512 Bit memory; then 512 bit transfer more data.
Latency is not noticeable to the human eye ^ ^ you're not human?
1 second = 1000000000 ns ^^
then there is little chance that you can see the difference between 40, 60 or 100 ns
But to stay on topic I would say that is very reliable as AIDA64 software.
It is frequently updated by incorporating new technologies such as was the case from version 4.30 I believe; adding API Mantle
All scores added till now.
And yes, Finalwire's AIDA 64 is the successor to Lavalys' Everest.
The software is very good for monitoring and benchmark purposes and for detailed system information including brand and model of every component(HDD, Ethernet controller, WiFi, RAM manufacturer, LCD manufacturer, Super I/O controller etc).
well i was basing it on a stupid 5.3 mem performance score in windows test. I must have had something els in the back ground though because a re run and its 7.7 so its not as bad as i thought lol.
ok but you can overclock your ddr via your bios maybe .... ^^
to overclock your ram you need to have good ventilation in the case.
airflow for ram so
but 7.7 Ms Windows Index Performance it's correct (don't forget the max is 7.9)
Added. BTW, those timings look quite high for 1866 MHz. Standard is 9-10-9-27. You will get better performance if you tighten those timings.
You're right, I forgot about timings.
nice amd procie, cheap but no L3 cache & stuck at 35% oc with all default
This is my ripjaws not really tweaked at all. but seems better regardless.
All scores added till now.
I just found 2 older results and I thought I will add them to the thread.
Both made on RipjawsZ 2133 9-11-10-28 / Samsung HCK0
It can be here as a post but I am sorry I cannot add older scores anymore. If you can, please re-run the benchmarks with the latest version. Thanks.
I will when I finish some other tests. So far I haven't made any results on 4.50 version.
here is my contribution to LGA1366/Bloomfield.
i bumped into this thread while searching for benchmarks for AIDA Mem & Cache benchmark to compare, and this thread is perfect.
only thing that would make this better is to create benchmark result tables by socket type, just to keep things in better contrast.
Please use the latest version~4.50.3000.
standard kingston 1600 CL11
I just did .
thank you for starting the thread.
hey man, great motherboard!
yeah thanks man,
it has always served me well.
Both of your scores are added.
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