I have recently encountered on a thread at windows7forums
about memory performance and a tool which is provided to measure it in Windows 7.
Maybe some of you have heard about this tool (well, I know there is more detailed tool in Everest but it would be good to see your results
(Mastiffman - show us what you hide there under "the hood" of your "American" "muscle rig"
... and I hope Moorhen will show us that British are not left "behind"
It's not a competition - it's my curiosity
so, ... you have to open your console -->
Run as an administrator --> cmd -->
and then you type
winsat mem (you should have administrator privilages - well, it's recommended)
(type winsat /? to know what other benchmark you can run in Win 7)
Here is my result with my latest overclock:
I would like to point out that it's in ganged mode
(the results for unganged are better but they're not very significant... around 500 MB/s)
...and my latest highest (stable in LinX) overclock:
CPU V = 1.43 V
CPU NB = 1.31 V
CPU DDR PHY = 1.25V
DRAM = 1.90 (but it works also with my RAM set to 1700 and 1.85V)
NB = 1.25 V
HT Link = 1.27 V
I haven't testet it yet under Prime.
I have noticed that my CPU likes not to overvolt it too much - especially if it concerns CPU NB V and CPU V ( last night I have tried to bump up my CPU V to 1.47 to get stable 3.8 GHz and I noticed that the more I pushed it the faster an error occured).
I really don't know why ( maybe my CPU is a little bit "degraded" after all these attempts to get highest overclock hmmm I am afraid that could be it
So, I am waiting for your posts with your memory benchmark results