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Old 11th March 2006, 15:10   #1
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Some AMD AM2 Benchmarks and much more (.de)

At the sand RA values of the memory range naturally that only an individual Ddr2-533 was module with 512 MT in the system, the system is to be considered thus in the single Channel mode ran, not in the dual Channel mode. Therefore one does not know the values logical-proves with current Athlon to 64 systems of the base 939 to compare, but must transverse to the old base 754 woodpeckers.

--- Here sand RA values of approx. 3000 MB/s were usual when using DDR400 memory. The fact that the Ddr2-533 module at first attempt creates 3500 MB/s despite pilot lot board, pilot lot CPU and activated UMA diagram is reassuring for AMD. one can project itself, which sand RA values will wait when using dual Channel memory and Ddr2-800 for the users. Which the sand RA MEMORY test does not measure naturally is the latencies with the access to the memory. Here DDR2 has principle causes disadvantages here opposite DDR1. further to the DDR2-Latenzproblem gibt's.

--- Super_PI against it is hardly on the memory interface dependent, here counts only the efficiency of the CPU core. As one sees is clocked the CCU with 2400 MHz and works with 1 MT Cache. On the current DDR400-Plattform deceive this CCU the Modelrating 4000+. Which Rating AMD of such Am2-cpu with Ddr2-800 will spendieren, was not to be experienced naturally yet. Completely surely however more highly than 4000+.
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