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Old November 2, 2009, 05:52 AM
windwithme windwithme is offline
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DDR3 2000 CL8 8-8-24 1T, BIOS set as 1.500V
SP2004 2 X Blend mode, 3.91GB full load stabled

Sandra Memory Bandwidth - 24479MB/s
EVEREST Memory Read - 18556MB/s

DDR3 2160 CL8 8-8-24 1T,BIOS set as 1.600V
SP2004 2 X Blend mode, 3.90GB full load stabled

Sandra Memory Bandwidth - 25230MB/s
EVEREST Memory Read - 19354MB/s

DRAM doesnít need 1.8-2.1V as LGA775
As Core i5/i7 bulit-in Memory Controller, the new DDR3 platform only needs 1.65V
DDR3 2000 CL8 needs only 1.50V and DDR3 2160 CL8 also needs only 1.60V
Above DRAM test, DDR3 quality is key factor, but also need good DDR3 OC MB to bring it out

Pull up both CPU/DRAM
CPU 216 X 19 => 4104Mhz
DDR3 2160 CL8 8-8-24 1T

Hyper 4 X PI 32M=> 9m 45.063s
CPUMARK 99=> 638

Nuclearus Multi Core => 7816/11660/34409
Fritz Chess Benchmark => 25.42/12200

CrystalMark 2004R3 => 319963

1 CPU=> 5851
x CPU=> 21272

PCMark Vantage => 16033

3DMark Vantage => 13119

Compare to 200/2000 test, CPU only raise from 4G to 4.1G, so the CPU performance is not big jump
However, as DDR3 2160 and also raise CPU clock and frequency, the overall performance still enhance quite much
CPU clock can pull to 219Mhz, but itís not very stable. So I donít put in this report
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