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Windows 7: What's your memory assessment speed?


16 Jun 2009   #201

Windows 7 x64 Enterprise
 
 

Here is mine

Dual Channel DDR3 1600 @ 1066




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17 Jun 2009   #202

Windows 7 7600 x64 (16385) Ultimate,Windows Vista x64 Ultimate
 
 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by stevieray View Post
I'm still running the stock cooler, so I'll hold off on OC'ing for now. A few new coolers are on my wish list at New Egg... I'll be sending in an order in a few weeks. Thanks for looking at this stuff for me, Bloke!
another thing, you can safely overclock on the stock cooler BUT you will need a temp monitor (my personal fav is realtemp) and make sure its not hitting above 65c under 100% load on all 4 cores. there is no harm in overclocking, its just the voltages that can do the harm, but most hardware these days have overvoltage protection, but still better to be safe than sorry.

heres a little find on the q6600, when you use a temp monitor program make sure you set the TjMax values to 105c which is the maximum temp the junction sensor will recieve when it forces a thermal shutdown. the temp monitor will show you the temparature according to the TjMax settings, so if you set the TjMax to 100c instead of 105c it will show 5c lower temps, but this is untrue as the processor is maxxed at 105c.

Intel® Core™2 Quad Processor Q6600 - SL9UM

i just simply cant resist overclocking, even if i am waiting for a cooler to arrive, i still like to see what it can get on a stock cooler out of curiosity. but once you have tweaked up your system, post back your results! good luck.
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18 Jun 2009   #203

Windows 7229 x64
 
 

*4GB DDR3 SDRAM @ 1066mhz FSB;

Hmm...Any ideas why mine seems to be kinda slooooww? I'm not sure if I can tune seeing as I'm using a Dell but still shouldn't it still be a little faster?


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18 Jun 2009   #204

Linux (Debian, Android)
 
 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by mj452312 View Post
*4GB DDR3 SDRAM @ 1066mhz FSB;

Hmm...Any ideas why mine seems to be kinda slooooww? I'm not sure if I can tune seeing as I'm using a Dell but still shouldn't it still be a little faster?
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18 Jun 2009   #205

Windows 7 7600 x64 (16385) Ultimate,Windows Vista x64 Ultimate
 
 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by mj452312 View Post
*4GB DDR3 SDRAM @ 1066mhz FSB;

Hmm...Any ideas why mine seems to be kinda slooooww? I'm not sure if I can tune seeing as I'm using a Dell but still shouldn't it still be a little faster?
not just the fsb but your timings are a little high considering they are ddr3 1066. they should be running at 1T as well, if i can run at 1T at 1600mhz no reason why you couldnt. im guessing they are cl7 1066 ddr3 chips? your tRC (20) could be a little lower as well, say around 16 or 18. but like you said, its a dell so you wont know if you can tweak it till you access the bios. i think the dells are F2 at post? cant remember. the last dell i played with was a laptop and they cant be tweaked at all normally anyway but i have never used a "brand name" desktop apart from a acer aspire peice of crap micro utx systems.
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18 Jun 2009   #206

Windows 7 64bit Ultimate
 
 

4Gigs DDR2 800Mhz @ 4.4.4.12 Dual channel



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18 Jun 2009   #207

windows 7 x64 Home Premium
 
 

Well, boosting the FSB from 266Mhz to 333Mhz gave me a small increase in the mem test.
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Is there any temperature monitor that can keep an eye on the FSB temps? I'm using CoreTemp64 now.

I'd like to boost the FSB up to 400Mhz, but not until I can watch the temp in there.


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18 Jun 2009   #208

Windows 7 Ultimate, OS X 10.7, Ubuntu 11.04
 
 

4GB DDR2 @ 800Mhz

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Is that good? lol

Almost everything on my laptop sucks.
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19 Jun 2009   #209

Windows 7 7600 x64 (16385) Ultimate,Windows Vista x64 Ultimate
 
 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by DarkNovaGundam View Post
4GB DDR2 @ 800Mhz

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Is that good? lol

Almost everything on my laptop sucks.
yeh thats about average for a lappy, but laptops can be very limited to what you can adjust in the bios and i have heard of people using 3rd party software to somehow overclock laptops. tho i have never tried but then again, why would you want to overclock a laptop, increase power consumption, and laptops already produce alot of heat due to the compact enclosures. this winsat mem test is more to compare with others, personally i have not noticed a huge performance increase when going from 6800mb/ps to 8200mb/ps so my advice to laptop owners is simple, if you want to overclock save up and build your own project like myself, its fun (apart from when your getting frustrated from reboots) and laptops just wernt designed to be overclocked, with everything so compacted so close to one another the heat generation is huge compared to a desktop, and finding replacement parts can be difficult depending on what country your in.

at the end of the day benchmarks are purely for people who want to 'rate' their system against others to see how far they have come in tweaking, the overall system performance gains are usually not that huge unless your going to the xtreme of something like 5ghz on the cpu and can afford to have a backups of cpu's, ram modules and mobo's when that northbridge fries itself. and then there are people like me that just cant resist attempting an overclock no matter how old the desktop is. my last fiddle was with a pentium 3 2.8ghz 2mb cache 478 chip, 1.2gb ddr1 ram @ 200mhz and a 133fsb, what a blast! lmao

i have yet to attempt getting an old system and putting it in a fish tank and filling it with de-mineralized water for a experiment to see the advantages of a tru water cooling build.
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19 Jun 2009   #210

Windows 7 Ultimate, OS X 10.7, Ubuntu 11.04
 
 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by bloke View Post
yeh thats about average for a lappy, but laptops can be very limited to what you can adjust in the bios and i have heard of people using 3rd party software to somehow overclock laptops. tho i have never tried but then again, why would you want to overclock a laptop, increase power consumption, and laptops already produce alot of heat due to the compact enclosures. this winsat mem test is more to compare with others, personally i have not noticed a huge performance increase when going from 6800mb/ps to 8200mb/ps so my advice to laptop owners is simple, if you want to overclock save up and build your own project like myself, its fun (apart from when your getting frustrated from reboots) and laptops just wernt designed to be overclocked, with everything so compacted so close to one another the heat generation is huge compared to a desktop, and finding replacement parts can be difficult depending on what country your in.

at the end of the day benchmarks are purely for people who want to 'rate' their system against others to see how far they have come in tweaking, the overall system performance gains are usually not that huge unless your going to the xtreme of something like 5ghz on the cpu and can afford to have a backups of cpu's, ram modules and mobo's when that northbridge fries itself. and then there are people like me that just cant resist attempting an overclock no matter how old the desktop is. my last fiddle was with a pentium 3 2.8ghz 2mb cache 478 chip, 1.2gb ddr1 ram @ 200mhz and a 133fsb, what a blast! lmao

i have yet to attempt getting an old system and putting it in a fish tank and filling it with de-mineralized water for a experiment to see the advantages of a tru water cooling build.
I had no intention of overclocking (I know you didn't say I said I did). I know the dangers of it, which is why I haven't really done it.

Lol to the DDR1 @ 200Mhz

Also, I saw something very similar to the thing you last fiddled with, in a fish tank, with de-mineralized water, on Creigslist for about $1.2k.

No one bought it. =P
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