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Old 22nd February 2005, 19:32   #1
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Default windows memtest version good as standalone one?

because i am writing a review of gskill pc4800 i want to test it on stability.
is the windows version reliable?
or should i use the bootversion?

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url to site: http://hcidesign.com/memtest/
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Old 22nd February 2005, 19:34   #2
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http://www.memtest.org/

i'm still using the boot version!
 
Old 22nd February 2005, 19:35   #3
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use the bootable! CDROM ISO or Floppy

use the latest one to change mem timings on the fly, if needed

after memtest passes at a certain speed boot into windows and run a few loops of 3DMark03/05 to test stability, as I've found that memtest stable != windows stable.

run Memtest #5 in loop btw, this will stress the memory and you'll catch errors quickly
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ah tnx.
i'll try it.
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this is test #5



to get there, if I remember correct is
hit 2 [enter] 2 [enter] 2 [enter] 5 [enter] (might have on too many iterations of 2 )
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hit c, then 1 [enter] 3 [enter] 5 [enter] 0 [enter]

this is with the 1.5v
 
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yep 1/3/5/enter/0

and between 1/3/5 no enters needed

i passed test5 on 300mhz memspeed, 2.75V and 2.5-3-3-5 but superpi aint stable
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and between 1/3/5 no enters needed
sjust

how much passes did you run?

I would say, run at least 100 passes!
 
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i need 1 month for testing then:grin:
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