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Windows 7: What's your memory assessment speed?

18 Jul 2011   #1281
Solarstarshines

Windows 10 Home Premium 64bit sp1
 
 

I knew that part but i was hoping to get the result the other fella had since he said on his boards the color codes didn't apply

I just wanted to know if you had the jedi powers going to see if it was going to work or not but i did since then switch it back


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18 Jul 2011   #1282
essenbe

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I've never tried single chanel. But, I have heard it said the single gives better results IF you are doing 1 single thing at a time. If you multi task as in having multiple apps open at the same time, you will get worse performance. I'm not saying that is true, but I have been told that and it sounds reasonable.
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18 Jul 2011   #1283
honorer

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mine 3Gb DDR3


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18 Jul 2011   #1284
A Guy

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First, why don't you clicl my system specs in the lower left corner of your post and edit specs. List all hardware so we can know how best to help. But I suspect that the 2, 2GB sticks are hurting your scores.
ok thanks, have updated my basic specs. I'm running a shuttle SH55J2, with intel i3-530.

I can try taking out the 2x2Gb sticks and running winsat again.
Not a lot of support for your Motherboard, but found this for your model. The key is:

A = 2 modules
B = 4 modules
C = 1 module

What's your memory assessment speed?-dual.jpg

You want to try the 2x 4Gig in the proper slots alone 1st. Then try all 4 in the proper slots. If no huge drop off, you'll want to keep the extra ram installed.

A Guy


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18 Jul 2011   #1285
Dave76

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Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by garcia2 View Post
Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by essenbe View Post
First, why don't you clicl my system specs in the lower left corner of your post and edit specs. List all hardware so we can know how best to help. But I suspect that the 2, 2GB sticks are hurting your scores.
ok thanks, have updated my basic specs. I'm running a shuttle SH55J2, with intel i3-530.

I can try taking out the 2x2Gb sticks and running winsat again.
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The 2 ram gurus are A Guy and Dave76. They will be here soon. But you can run mixed pairs with some difficulty, but it is always best to run matched sets.
I took out the 2x2gb set and re-ran winsat.

Strangely the speed only went up to 7400 MB/s (from 7350 MB/s), so it doesn't seem to be that.
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Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by essenbe View Post
First, why don't you clicl my system specs in the lower left corner of your post and edit specs. List all hardware so we can know how best to help. But I suspect that the 2, 2GB sticks are hurting your scores.
ok thanks, have updated my basic specs. I'm running a shuttle SH55J2, with intel i3-530.

I can try taking out the 2x2Gb sticks and running winsat again.
Not a lot of support for your Motherboard, but found this for your model. The key is:

A = 2 modules
B = 4 modules
C = 1 module

Attachment 165761

You want to try the 2x 4Gig in the proper slots alone 1st. Then try all 4 in the proper slots. If no huge drop off, you'll want to keep the extra ram installed.

A Guy
Agree with A Guy.
Hard to find info on your motherboard.
Be sure to put the RAM cards in the correct slots, as A Guy mentioned.

The 2x4GB in Dimm slots 1 & 3, run the test.
Then add the 2x2GB in slots 2 & 4, run the test again, compare results.

Even with two sets of Corsair RAM with the same timing specs, may not be compatible or able to run together. Could be due to chip size or how your motherboard and integrated controller is setup.
Some motherboard/integrated controller handle different kinds of RAM better than others.

Look in your motherboard manual under Memory and see what it says about mixing RAM. Due to the above problem most motherboard manuals say not to mix RAM and only use identical size and configuration. Some controllers won't accept RAM cards with small sized chips.

Let us know how the tests go.
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18 Jul 2011   #1286
A Guy

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The ram guru is Dave76.
Corrected, lol A Guy
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18 Jul 2011   #1287
essenbe

Windows 7 Enterprise X64/Windows 10 Enterprise X64/Windows 10 Pro X64/Linux Mint
 
 

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The ram guru is Dave76.
Corrected, lol A Guy
You can't con a con man. I've seen you at work too many times.
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18 Jul 2011   #1288
A Guy

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My initials are BS

A Guy
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18 Jul 2011   #1289
Dave76

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Initials only?

Seriously, you're a guru with RAM.
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18 Jul 2011   #1290
essenbe

Windows 7 Enterprise X64/Windows 10 Enterprise X64/Windows 10 Pro X64/Linux Mint
 
 

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My initials are BS

A Guy
I didn't know that, but I did know that BS is what you were trying.
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