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Old 15th November 2003, 10:00   #1
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I'l waiting for the cheaper twinmoss pc4xxx
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I need ram that can do 240 at cas 2 2-5-2
now I have ram that does 240 cas 3 (!) 3-6-3
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it's at 2.85 now...
I've put it at 3.0 and ran into severe stability problems...
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Remind me, wich settings did I have to try out for you doc? Raw membandwith or real time performance?

250 4/5 5-2-2 CL2 DC
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250 1/1 5-2-2 CL2 SC
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240 1/1 5-2-2 CL2 DC
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240 1/1 6-3-3 CL3 DC

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no raw bandwith. 3dmark or quake or what is easiest for you

250 (pc4000) 1:1 @ cas 3 4-8-4
versus
250 1:1 @ cas2 2-5-2 (if possible, or highest possible)
versus
250 5:4 @ cas 2 2-5-2


and

233 (pc3700) 1:1 @ cas 3 4-8-4
versus
233 1:1@ cas 2 2-5-2
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233 5:4 @ cas 2 2-5-2

that would be ultimately interesting to see how these compare at default ram speeds (pc3700 and pc4000)

that'd be 6 runs or sth, if you could do that, it'd be great!

it would give lots of answers as to the bandwith hungriness the p4 dual channel has lost or still retains...

1. the advantage at equal speed of fast timings... is it still there?
2. the difference between fast timings @ default pc3700/pc4000
or divided at 5:4, coz if there ain't much difference between 1:1 at slow timings and 5:4 at fast timings as we have seen, then it's of no use buying hi-speed ram... then pc 3200 that runs 200 2 2-5-2 would be just as good as pc4000 3 4-7-4 or even 3-6-3... however if the difference between 1:1 fast timings and 1:1 slow timings is high, then we need uberfast timings pc4200, however if the difference wouldn't be that big between 1:1 fast timings and 1:1 slow timings and 5:4 fast timings, we can all buy hiquality pc3200 and get the same results...


@ piotke : even at vddr 3.3 in windows, I still can't run cas 2.5 at 233 (default speed)
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ok, i'm going to run those benches after i did my shopping.

250fsb test will be done single channel (only got one stick twinmoss), the others with 2*256mb mushkin level2.
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thanx!
I'm back 2morrow, i look forward to that, if you have the time, stick in one run of 250/233 cas 2.5 1:1 3-6-3 too, as intermediate

Just to see how that stacks up

thanx richyB!

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it's at 2.85 now...
I've put it at 3.0 and ran into severe stability problems...
did you do a vmod on the P4C800 ?
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did you do a vmod on the P4C800 ?
it's an abit ic7max 3
i can go all the way to 3.2
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