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Old 1st December 2004, 00:32   #1
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Default The TCCD-pire Strikes Back? Athlon 64 S754 Memory Roundup

I did some overtime, but I finally finished this roundup, read on to find out WHY it took me so long

We compared 5 different Samsung TCCD powered memory modules, discovering some surprising performance differences between them. To give these new TCCD chips a worthy competitor we also included results from Winbond BH-6 running with high VDIMM. How do they fair on an A64 S754 platform? Read on to find out

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The most timing consuming article on record??

Excellent work!!
You must be feeling better now.
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so my adata vitesta should be just fine at 2 sticks if the socket 939 does the same thing as socket 754.
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it seems that the S939 A64 on-die memory controller copes much better with dual memory modules installed, which would be logical as it's meant for dual channel
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let's hope so.

great article JMke !
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thank you Gamer, be prepared, 13/12.
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Thanks for the review!

I just thought to say that im reaching 310 with 7-3-3-2.5 with a single 512 stick A.data ddr600 with my dfi 250gb.. with 2.8 volts..
prime95 stable for atleast 4 hours...
but maybe its my sempron mem controller..?

Dunno..
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it's mostly related to on-die memory controller of the CPU indeed.. but I see you are running at "2T" my tests were done at 1T , which makes a huge difference in memory bandwidth
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2T ain't a good performer on the s754 chipset , dump it. A lower fsb with 1T will be better .
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2T is no good performer, period.
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