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Windows 7: What's your memory assessment speed? [2]


27 Sep 2013   #561

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Memtest86+ Update September 27, 2013 to latest version 5.01


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*** Enhancements in v5.01 : ***
  • New Features
    • Added support for up to 2 TB of RAM on X64 CPUs
    • Added experimental SMT support up to 32 cores (Press F2 to enable at startup)
    • Added complete detection for memory controllers
    • Added Motherboard Manufacturer & Model reporting
    • Added CPU temperature reporting
    • Added enhanced Fail Safe Mode (Press F1 at startup)
    • Added support for Intel "Sandy Bridge-E" CPUs
    • Added support for Intel "Ivy Bridge" CPUs
    • Added preliminary support for Intel "Haswell" CPUs (Core 4th Gen)
    • Added preliminary support for Intel "Haswell-ULT" CPUs
    • Added support for AMD "Kabini" (K16) CPUs
    • Added support for AMD "Bulldozer" CPUs
    • Added support for AMD "Trinity" CPUs
    • Added support for AMD E-/C-/G-/Z- "Bobcat" CPUs
    • Added support for Intel Atom "Pineview" CPUs
    • Added support for Intel Atom "Cedar Trail" CPUs
    • Added SPD detection on most AMD Chipsets
  • Bug Fixes
    • Enforced Coreboot support
    • Optimized run time for faster memory error detection
    • Rewriten lots of memory timings detection cod
    • Corrected bugs, bugs and more bugs (some could remain)
Cheers Non


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27 Sep 2013   #562
Microsoft MVP

Windows 7 Ultimate X64 SP1
 
 

IT looks like memtest 86+ 5.01 is the same as 5.00RC1 and still has several bugs.
Running on Sandy Bridge.
5.00 RC1

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5.01

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And on Ivy Bridge. The highlighted areas are a little different and what is SMP?

RC1

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5.01

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27 Sep 2013   #563

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Short for Symmetric Multiprocessing, a computer architecture that provides fast performance by making multiple CPUs available to complete individual processes simultaneously (multiprocessing). Unlike asymmetrical processing, any idle processor can be assigned any task, and additional CPUs can be added to improve performance and handle increased loads. A variety of specialized operating systems and hardware arrangements are available to support SMP. Specific applications can benefit from SMP if the code allows multithreading.

SMP uses a single operating system and shares common memory and disk input/output resources. Both UNIX and Windows NT support SMP
Source

Celeron 1.2 and SMP? [Archive] - AnandTech Forums

I see SMP mentioned more with Linux. Unsure whether that is just a common display in memtest?

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28 Sep 2013   #564
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Thanks Bill, what I took away after reading is SMP is for systems with multiple physical CPUs and allows them to work individually.
That part of the display is new to the 5.01 version of memtest and I suspect it's a lot different for an AMD system.
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28 Sep 2013   #565

Windows 7 x64 Ultimate SP1
 
 

SMP 'is for' processors with multiple identical cores that share the same memory space and run a single OS kernel. A kernel has to be aware of this and implement the necessary synchronization locks and memory safety. Windows has been there since late '90s.
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28 Sep 2013   #566
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Yes, I just restarted the version 5.01 and there are two options, press F1 to enter fail-safe, and Press F2 to force SMP (Multi-core threading)
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01 Oct 2013   #567

Windows 7 Home Premium x64
 
 

I guess these scores are adequate for DDR2.

Hmmph, DDR2...bleah.


Kent


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03 Oct 2013   #568
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Windows 7 Ultimate X64 SP1
 
 

GSkill sniper, 2x8GB, 2133, 9-11-10-28 clocked to 2400, 10-12-11-32, 1.66V.
I'm back.

This is the Sabertooth Z77, i7-3770K.

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03 Oct 2013   #569

Windows 7 Professional 64 bit
 
 

Very good for DDR2 Kent

Very fast Gary, looks like you have it all sorted mate, now don't go messing with it any more lol.
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03 Oct 2013   #570

Windows 7 Professional 64bit SP1
 
 

LOL what Paul said...........don't be monkey'n around with it now
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