Benching the gold ones
Memtest86 displays Memory bandwidth and CPU L1/L2 cache performance
1 = L1 cache
2 = L2 cache
3 = Memory
It’s an easy method to check changes in CPU speed and Memory timings.
The first configuration was set with help from Tony from the OCZ Company. I surely would like to share his setting with you all. These settings can be done by changing them in your bios or using a handy program made by CodeRed called A64 tweaker
. These are for CL2 2-2-9:
As we want the fastest memory speeds, I have changed some settings, the only way to see what effect each setting has is testing, testing and testing
As you can see only the results for the Memory bandwidth increased, making my tweaking a success :). 275Mhz CL2 2-2-5
is quite an impressive results for these PC4000 modules!
After a fresh install on my WD Raptor I was ready to find out how these sticks will perform in Windows ->