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Old 18th May 2007, 19:49   #1
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Default Intel P35 Memory Performance: A Closer Look

In our recent DDR3 vs. DDR2 review we discovered a 16% to 18% improvement in memory bandwidth with the P35 chipset. This translated into a 2% to 5% increase in real world performance in some computer applications. This represents a significant improvement in performance. Our review attributed the increase to the P35 memory controller, as we found no real difference in the performance of DDR3 and DDR2 on the new P35 chipset. Both memory types were much faster on P35.
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