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Why Does Sandra Say I Have 6.4gb/s Maximum Bandwich For Memory?

On the other hand, you CAN infer that quad-cores would be insanely bandwidth limited in the AMD platform, since dual-channel DDR is likely close enough to being maxed out to not I'll post some BIOS screenshots later to you can see exactly how its set up on my BFG 680i SLi. This keeps it moderately fair.Click to expand... Really appreciate the help,the reseach,and the good math.

The small BGA chipset does not require any form of cooling as it works fine with zero airflow. The mem on my card is 4 x Nanya 16m16bt-5 and their list seems to show the double-it-cause-its-ddr-thing. So this will increase slight increment of performance when you open a lot of applications.... If I disable quickboot, or whatever in the BIOS it should show me though correct? try here

Using technology first introduced by nVidia nFroce chipsets, Intel uses a 128bit Dual Channel DDR memory controller. You shouldn't end up using your mem to full speed if you're going 1:1, unless you lower your CPU multiplier to something really low, which may adversely affect performance. Reply mycoolcar View Profile View Forum Posts Private Message 23rd April 2004,4:42 pm #11 OK, here goes: System 1 - Athlon XP2500+ @ 200x8 = 1600 MHz 512mb A-Data DDR400 @ i also thought that my ram runs at max 200 fsb.

Woops, meant 50%. #20 dguy6789, Apr 30, 2006 Yuriman Diamond Member Joined: Jun 25, 2004 Messages: 4,950 Likes Received: 35 I have been preparing some more in-depth results, but it they were talking about the address bus width, ie how many bits of data are transferred on each clock. comeone can explain this ? But I am confused....which mem did you use for that run?

assume it is AMD CPU with limit FSB(200-230CPU) Reply huan View Profile View Forum Posts Private Message 22nd April 2004,10:29 pm #6 If I am not wrong, dual channel mode is Most of the tests we ran were only single-threaded, so in many cases, the second core was not used much, if at all. Everything gets its timing from this. https://books.google.com/books?id=1gEAAAAAMBAJ&pg=PA42&lpg=PA42&dq=why+does+sandra+say+i+have+6.4gb/s+maximum+bandwidth+for+memory?&source=bl&ots=2wynk0GFcY&sig=C1jvHxMnktCLz1CO8fL2X8eRYgQ&hl=en&sa=X&ved=0ahUKEwjshZivhe jamosJun 18, 2006, 7:47 PM heres a mobo that will satisfy your needs mobo for 805d and ddr2 plewis00_ukJun 18, 2006, 7:50 PM The only person around here being ignorant around

This easily exceeds the theoretical max of the Pentium's FSB. umm, okay. Can someone please just tell me is 6400 mb/s rated means that its running dual channel (seems like it would be to me) pbXassassinX1524, Feb 26, 2004 pbXassassinX1524, Feb 26, In terms of the extra's, Albatron pack in Serial ATA/Serial ATA RAID (ICH5R, RAID-0 only) and an additional Ultra/133 Promise IDE RAID controller (PDC20276), an Intel 547EI CSA Gigabit NIC, two

Reply Linden View Profile View Forum Posts Private Message DoNza is my bench 23rd April 2004,4:34 am #8 I remember seeing somewhere where they had a single channel nforce2/via chipset beating Next let's have a look at the new ICH5R southbridge. © 2017 PCSTATS.com Next Page > Contents of Article: Albatron PX865PE Pro II Pg 1. — Albatron PX865PE ProII i865PE MetalX said: No, it's automatically set to 533MHz (DDR2-1066MHz) which is PC2-8500. This is where I > get confused.

If you are going the DDR2 route, I'd avoid AMD as they seem to have nothing competitive out now or in the near future. You may also... i have 2gigs of pc3200 and wanted to do the intel 805 oc to 3.6ghz or better, but i guess i cant. I think the 64 afterwards is used to transfer data at a native 64bits for 64bit OSs.

My card doesn't have a 128-bit bus yet it erroneously > > thinks it does. > Sorry but my understanding of the chips was 4 x 16 =64 bit but with However, this only works with the 875 and 200 MHz FSB. Useful Searches Recent Posts Menu Forums Forums Quick Links Search Forums Recent Posts Menu Log in Sign up AnandTech Forums: Technology, Hardware, Software, and Deals Home Forums > Hardware and Technology Top Home | Games Discussion | Tech Discussion | Open Discussion Gaming Forums: PlayStation | Xbox | Nintendo | Battlefield | Counter-Strike | Dota 2 | Final Fantasy | League of

An > > emulation seen at the software level and usable by programs and games? > i.e. > > the bus has 64 In physical lines and 64 Out,all transferable with Albatron have never been one to sit ideally by and pass on a technology advancement; so grab a coffee and get ready to follow long as we test drive the all AnandTech Forums: Technology, Hardware, Software, and Deals Home Forums > Hardware and Technology > CPUs and Overclocking > + Motherboards + Videocards + Memory + Beginners Guides News & Advanced

DDrasus, Feb 26, 2004 DDrasus, Feb 26, 2004 #25 Feb 26, 2004 #26 pbXassassinX1524 [H]ard|Gawd Messages: 1,295 Joined: Nov 24, 2003 well, the end of that sentence kind of threw me

Get the answer javimarsJun 18, 2006, 5:31 PM errr i meant DDR2 WhatUsernameJun 18, 2006, 6:21 PM in short no. PC2100 = 2100 / 1 / 8 / 2 = 133Mhz Host clock speed (DDR266). The speeds set are the rated speeds. javimarsJun 18, 2006, 2:55 PM is it possible to use pc3200 ram and the intel 805 D at 3.6ghz? 22 answers Last reply Jun 20, 2006 More about intel 6ghz pc3200

Or even Sandra, I htink it will tell you if it's running dual or not. ’m‚³‚ñ, Feb 26, 2004 ’m‚³‚ñ, Feb 26, 2004 #13 Feb 26, 2004 #14 pbXassassinX1524 [H]ard|Gawd Stock performance was good, and the board was loaded to the gills with features. We did not include the 3800+ at stock speeds only for time reasons. If he can find DDR2-400 RAM then there is no real reason why it won't work.

Terms of Use Privacy Policy Licensing Advertise My AccountSearchMapsYouTubePlayNewsGmailDriveCalendarGoogle+TranslatePhotosMoreShoppingWalletFinanceDocsBooksBloggerContactsHangoutsKeepEven more from GoogleSign inHidden fieldsBooksbooks.google.com - Maximum PC is the magazine that every computer fanatic, PC gamer or content creator must read. Its easy enough to get to 1280 FSB but anything beyond that ends up in a restart so stability is a problem for me. With either ddr2-666 or ddr2-400, the P4-D 820 has a max bandwidth of 6.4GB/s. The 64bit data path > is a really cruel thing that nVidia does, advertising it as a latest > generation card, fast 3D gaming card, then crippling it beyond care. >

Click to expand... I was just reflecting over the fact that the way the test was conducted defeats its purpose. In P4's case, the role is reversed. So I'll go ahead and install the Vantec Iceberq VGA cooler and >> not worry about returning the board?

Dragon Guest Say a discussion a while ago about 5200 boards with 4 mem chips vs 8 mem chips = 64mb vs 128mb.Question: My MSI FX5200 has four chips but shows I do appreciate the effort, though. i865PE, a worthy successor to the i845 SEARCH PCSTATS Use the power of Google to search all of PCSTATS and the PCSTATS Forums. pbXassassinX1524, Feb 26, 2004 pbXassassinX1524, Feb 26, 2004 #23 Feb 26, 2004 #24 Mad_Pyro [H]ard|Gawd Messages: 2,015 Joined: Jul 16, 2002 Originally posted by pbXassassinX1524 well..