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As posted in xd is not getting new memory, a high enough CPU-NB appears to have as great, or an even greater impact on memory bandwith than timings alone. Though I have only uploaded six sessions (comparing timings vs. CPU-NB), the results are repeatable down to 1800 MHz (at least).


2000 MHz at 8-8-8-24-32 90ns 1T w/ CPU-NB 3250 MHz



2000 MHz at 7-7-7-21-28 90ns 1T w/ CPU-NB 3250 MHz



2000 MHz at 7-7-7-21-28 90ns 1T w/ CPU-NB 3300 MHz



1880 MHz at 6-7-6-19-25 90ns 1T w/ CPU-NB 3290 MHz



1888 MHz at 6-7-6-19-25 90ns 1T w/ CPU-NB 3304 MHz




1920 MHz at 7-7-7-21-28 90ns 1T w/ CPU-NB 3360 MHz





Edited by adamlau - 1/24/11 at 9:51am
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