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If HWB decide to continue supporting this bench, how will results be divided up?
I was just about to post something about splitting it into categories.. more like DDR3, DDR2 DDR though. Will this happen soon?
RB told me it will be split into DDR, DDR2, DDR3 rankings, but I guess they're still busy ironing out bugs and this is low on their priority list, which is quite understandable imho.
With ddr3 it is a problem... they are in dual or three channel. After that it is the frequency. Some one with ddr2 pc4300 can’t match a ddr2 pc8500.
I have a pc2-5300 kit that can do 600mhz CL4, it all depends on what chips are on the PCB.
With ddr3 it is a problem... they are in dual or three channel. After that it is the frequency. Some one with ddr2 pc4300 canít match a ddr2 pc8500.
Someone with an E5200 can't match an E8600 ... lower priced hardware not being capable of beating higher priced harware is not a valid argument.
It is about skill... depends on cooling system but usually dd2 667@800-900Mhz can't beat ddr2 1066@1200Mhz as an example. Any way will see what's cocking dock :)
i like this bench myself. but its odd my ddr3 at 1400mhz beats my ddr3 at 1468mhz with tighter timings odd huh?? unless lower score is better??
For the next major release, the cpu-z and maxmem rankings will be split up by cpu family / memory type. We need funds to support development of the next hwbot release though, so first we need to find a few partners.
Lower is not better... end depends on many other things... Even so, 1464 it is not so diferent from 1400... In your case it is not about the MoBo, but I have a friend and with E7400@4500 and memory at 1080 had a beter result then me with E7400@4600 and memory runing at 1200 Mhz. But his MoBo is DFI... in the end I beet him :) but with some work...
It would be nice to see them split up into DDR3/DDR2/DDR per Intel and AMD.
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