P4C800-E - Memory Bandwidth - Sandra = 2775 MB/s

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  1. wfs

    wfs Guest

    Hi All,
    according to Sandra, the reference chipset (875P 2*PC3200) should be
    around 5000 MB/s.

    I'm using Crucial 2 * 512meg - PC3200 ECC

    Doesn't this seem a little low ?

    TIA

    Bill
     
    wfs, Feb 16, 2004
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    wfs wrote:
    | Hi All,
    | according to Sandra, the reference chipset (875P 2*PC3200) should be
    | around 5000 MB/s.
    |
    | I'm using Crucial 2 * 512meg - PC3200 ECC
    |
    | Doesn't this seem a little low ?
    |
    | TIA
    |
    | Bill
    |
    |
    Are you sure you have your RAM in slots 1 and 3 and not 1/2?

    It is low:

    Same board, same speed (not ECC ram tho)4810 MB/s

    I dont believe your in dual channel, thats the only reason I can see for
    you getting such a low score.
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    Philip Callan, Feb 16, 2004
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  3. wfs

    wfs Guest

    Hi Philip,
    you were right, I did have the memory in slots 1 & 3.

    I moved the memory and now get 4340 MB/s

    Thanks

    Bill
     
    wfs, Feb 16, 2004
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    wfs wrote:
    | Hi Philip,
    | you were right, I did have the memory in slots 1 & 3.
    |
    | I moved the memory and now get 4340 MB/s
    |
    | Thanks
    |
    | Bill
    |

    You mean you had them in the first 2 slots(one blue one black) now you
    have them in A1 and B1 (blue) right? Thats the proper config for dual
    channel.

    Well, with that bandwidth, it is obviously dual channel, so you dont
    need to open you box again to check :)

    Glad it helped.
    Philip
    |
    | |
    | wfs wrote:
    | | Hi All,
    | | according to Sandra, the reference chipset (875P 2*PC3200) should be
    | | around 5000 MB/s.
    | |
    | | I'm using Crucial 2 * 512meg - PC3200 ECC
    | |
    | | Doesn't this seem a little low ?
    | |
    | | TIA
    | |
    | | Bill
    | |
    | |
    | Are you sure you have your RAM in slots 1 and 3 and not 1/2?
    |
    | It is low:
    |
    | Same board, same speed (not ECC ram tho)4810 MB/s
    |
    | I dont believe your in dual channel, thats the only reason I can see for
    | you getting such a low score.
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    Philip Callan, Feb 16, 2004
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