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Some may want to know their actuall memory bandwith, well, just use memtest-86. Its very accurate, since it doesnt run from any OS, like those fake values in sissoft sandra and everest.

I got around 1500Mb here, single channel(see sig), whats yours?

EDIT:And theres memtest-86+. I just got that, so didnt test to see the diference. Looks like its more up-to-date with newer CPU´s and Chipsets...
 

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~3200MB/s, ran for a few hours with no errors.
 

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Thx Cooliscool. Never thought it would be so high...
Now i wanted to see some Atlhon 64 (939) tests in Dual channel.
Anyone?
 

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Bah, my dad has a S939 Dual channel setup, I'll try later.
 

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Someone changed the topic title to ddd? wtf??
 

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Mad said:
Someone changed the topic title to ddd? wtf??
i was wondering what that had to do with anything.
 

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Err, dont remember the original, but smth like "your memory bandwith by memtest".
Also, im still waiting for a 939 system dual channel.....
 

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Mad said:
Also, im still waiting for a 939 system dual channel.....
~2800 MB/s @ 500 MHz 2.5-3-3-8-1T + 3000+ (Venice) @ 2250
~2200 MB/s @ 400 MHz 2.5-3-3-8-1T
~2000 MB/s @ 400 MHz 2.5-3-3-8-2T

MB = A8N-SLI Deluxe (nForce 4)
MEM = OCZ 2x512MB PC4000 EL Gold Rev2

It's well known that AMD's dual channel solution is outperformed by Intel's. I can't be arsed right now to clock my FSB any higher than 250 since I'd need to cut down on my HTT, which I currently want to keep @ 1000 because my gay BIOS version will give me difficulty when attempting to set it back to 1000. Plus, I'm not in the mood to figure out correct voltages again. ;p
 
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