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

11 Apr 2013   #341
Britton30
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Right click the top of the Window, then choose Properties, then play with the Colours tab.

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There ya go, giving away ancient Chinese secrets again.


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11 Apr 2013   #342
A Guy

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Didn't work for me. I didn't have a Colours tab, all I have is a Colors tab

A Guy
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11 Apr 2013   #343
Britton30
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How about a favourites folder?
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18 Apr 2013   #344
blackheart47

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i fint it
5580.78 MB/s
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27 Apr 2013   #345
ganjiry

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A slight increase over my last


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27 Apr 2013   #346
Solarstarshines

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A slight increase over my last

Scratches head how on earth are you getting those numbers and im using the same ram im at a loss I get 18525 if that
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27 Apr 2013   #347
paulpicks21

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A slight increase over my last

Scratches head how on earth are you getting those numbers and im using the same ram im at a loss I get 18525 if that
It's certainly the highest score I have seen for ram in an AMD rig by quite a bit
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27 Apr 2013   #348
ganjiry

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Heheh
All these little increase's in the mem assessment score are just form bumps in cpu/nb voltage. I sussed i was using way too little before as i had read a guide from Raja on the rog forums on memory setup for my board which stated to set 1.2 as a starting point for the cpu/nb voltage. But this was just at stock. I've searched google many times to see what others are setting theres at an they all seem to be around the 1.3v mark. 1.35v if cpu/nb is at or over 2600Mhz.
So i've just been testing between 1.275 -1.303 for cpu/nb of 2400Mhz. voltage really helps with Cinibench enit.
All my winsat score's are done with my 24/7 oc which is just a multiplier oc.
Fsb = 200
x22.5
1.452 vcore
Cpu/nb and Ht link 2400MHz
Cpu/Nb v = 1.263-1.283
Nb/Ht 1.224v
Memory 1600Mhz, 9,9,9,24,41,2T @1.515v
I don't use the full xmp profile as i only change the primary timmings and not any of the sub's except Dram Read to Rea is set to 5.


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27 Apr 2013   #349
Britton30
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A slight increase over my last
Holy mackerel Ryan, that is close to Intel RAM scores! Good job there mate.
Go slowly with bumping the CPU/NB voltage, it can put a lot of stress on the memory controller.
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27 Apr 2013   #350
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A slight increase over my last
Holy mackerel Ryan, that is close to Intel RAM scores! Good job there mate.
Go slowly with bumping the CPU/NB voltage, it can put a lot of stress on the memory controller.
Cheers chap, Yeah i've been keeping it below 1.3, usually around 1.28 but llc causes t to go over slightly at times. I think thats the sweet spot where the cpu/nb is concerned and certainly don't plan on raising it anymore.
Cheers for the advice chap
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