What's your memory assessment speed? [2]

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  1. Posts : 458
    Windows 7 7600 x64 (16385) Ultimate,Windows Vista x64 Ultimate
       #1

    What's your memory assessment speed? [2]


       Note


    I decided to open a thread to show what people are getting with there current memory settings, what improvements are shown with various timing tweaks, speed settings ect.

    to access this you MUST have UAC turned off, OR choose 'Run as administrator'. open the command prompt window first, either by opening 'Run' from the start menu and typing 'cmd' --this will only work if UAC is deactivated--, or go to accessories in your start menu locate 'Command Prompt' right click, select 'Run as administrator'.

    once opened simply type:
    winsat mem

    Note: it will not matter what the command path is set to.

    i am currently facing issues with my DDR3 and being stuck at around 8500mb/s any suggestions why feel free. Dual channel and tri channel play a huge factor in this benchmark, so keep that in mind before comparing with others

    so here is my winsat score:
    What's your memory assessment speed? [2]-screen01.jpg

    with the current timings:

    What's your memory assessment speed? [2]-screen04.jpg




    post em up and let other people know what basic timings and MHz your set at (DDR2 950MHz 4/4/4/12 ect) and channel configuration (dual/tri channel) your using.


    thanks to smarteyeball for pointing out the admin trick with cmd.exe!

    Rick.
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  2. Posts : 25,847
    Windows 10 Pro. 64/ version 1709 Windows 7 Pro/64
       #2

    I don't know what it means but this is what I got.
    icrosoft Windows [Version 6.1.7601]
    opyright (c) 2009 Microsoft Corporation. All rights reserve

    :\Windows\system32>WINSAT MEM
    indows System Assessment Tool
    Running: Feature Enumeration ''
    Run Time 00:00:00.00
    Running: System memory performance assessment ''
    Run Time 00:00:05.15
    Memory Performance 27971.93 MB/s
    Total Run Time 00:00:06.40

    :\Windows\system32>
    I also don't know of any program that will read ram temps. I use a Infrared Thermometer to read temps.
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  3. Posts : 24,479
    Windows 7 Ultimate X64 SP1
       #3

    Layback Bear said:
    I don't know what it means but this is what I got.
    Running: System memory performance assessment ''
    Run Time 00:00:05.15
    Memory Performance 27971.93 MB/s
    Total Run Time 00:00:06.40

    :\Windows\system32>
    I also don't know of any program that will read ram temps. I use a Infrared Thermometer to read temps.
    That's a pretty nice score.
    there is no way to read RAM temps with software, motherboard don't have a sensor for it. I wouldn't even worry about RAM temp, it rarely overheats.
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  4. Posts : 25,847
    Windows 10 Pro. 64/ version 1709 Windows 7 Pro/64
       #4

    I do use a ram cooler but I don't really know that I need it.
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  5. Posts : 24,479
    Windows 7 Ultimate X64 SP1
       #5

    In my experience RAM coolers aren't needed but may make cooler air available to your CPU cooler just by having more air circulation.

    I have done some reading and most think they are not needed unless some exteme RAM over volting and overclocking is being tried. Many believe even then they serve no real benefit.

    I have 16GB 2133MHz RAM and I have run Prim95 and Intel Burn Test on max simultaneously and the RAM was barely warm, in fact no more than at idle. :)

    It is more important to provide adequate cooling for the CPU and GPU.

    If you make the top Noctua fans both intake it will do better RAM cooling and overall cooling for you I think.
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  6. Posts : 25,847
    Windows 10 Pro. 64/ version 1709 Windows 7 Pro/64
       #6

    I have read the good, bad and I don't know about ram cooling. I'm still in the I don't know group. I do know it can't hurt to cool them a little more. I already have added 6 Noctua fans to my case along with keep the two OEM fans. NA I probably don't need ram cooling but it's got pretty lights.
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  7. Posts : 26,460
    Windows 11 Pro
       #7

    Well, I'm in the school of I don't think they are necessary or needed, but they sure do look cool.
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  8. Posts : 355
    Windows 7 Professional SP1 64bit, Manjaro Xfce, Debian 10 64bit Xfce
       #8

    What's your memory assessment speed? [2]-untitled.jpg
    Last edited by Wrend; 12 Aug 2012 at 22:05.
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  9. Posts : 53,672
    Windows 10 Home x64
       #9

    Great numbers! (You know your system is screaming for a SSD, right? )

    A Guy
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  10. Posts : 355
    Windows 7 Professional SP1 64bit, Manjaro Xfce, Debian 10 64bit Xfce
       #10

    Thanks, and yeah... I hear ya. I'm not too worried about boot speeds though, and have a good amount of RAM for SuperFetch caching and whatnot.
    Last edited by Wrend; 12 Aug 2012 at 22:03. Reason: OCDness
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