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What is Registered/Buffered memory???

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I ran MEM86+ for more than 18 hours with 55past on all test with 2 x 512 Geil One S, runing at ddr600 @ 2.5-4-4-7 (2T).

 

Try running my gig at 2.4 with mupti 8X, FSB 300.

boot in to windows but not stable, I ran the SiSoftware Sandra Memory BandWidth Benchmark and scorce Int Buff'd 3143/MBs

Float Buff'd 3025/MBs

 

which is even slower than in ddr400 2-2-2-5????

Am I missing out something????

Do I have to add volt on LDT, NB Core too???

 

and what is Registered/Buffered memory and ECC/Parity??

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what is Registered/Buffered memory and ECC/Parity??

Google it!

 

Yeah, what he said.

 

99% of all the things you will ever want to know is now in your reach through Google. So sad.

 

EdlSmith: My buddy just say your avatar and just couldnt stop laughing. I just had to tell you. Its pretty funny.

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Am I missing out something????

Do I have to add volt on LDT, NB Core too???

If your running any vcore volts higher then stock yes you have to raze the chip set volts

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A very tight Tref can kill bandwidth by 50%. I have never played with an ATI chipset board so I have no idea how they respond. Best bet is to go up from 200 Ten at a time, checking for stability and benching along the way. Find out where things go downhill and change a setting or two and retest.

Memtest is almost worthless when you are checking for Windows stability. I use mprime on TMODS CD for about 30 minutes before booting into Windows.

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I recently updated a bunch of wikipedia entries for ECC and registered. If anybody spots inaccuracies let me know.

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If your running any vcore volts higher then stock yes you have to raze the chip set volts

 

Where's that info coming from? First time I hear it. Any more background?

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