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Dual-Channel & FSB: Calculating The Bottlenecks (Is Dual Channel Worth It?)

The FSB for this is 333 x 9 which means to get a 1:1 the ram must be 666 however this isn't possible so you would be running 667, 800 or So I thought DC mode, I'd put the RAM in slot 1 and 2, or both of the yellow slots. Dec 2009: Dead dead dead by Toolp... 29. Prototyped Ars Legatus Legionis Tribus: Slummin' it in London Registered: Jan 23, 2000Posts: 11083 Posted: Sun Nov 04, 2007 9:32 am quote:Originally posted by chimera15:Hi, Just a quick question that kind check over here

Dec 2009: Re: need some help with a video card choice by Bened... 28. Each stick is being read with its own controller and the data is being pulled simultaneously each at 200, resulting in a clean 1:1 with the processor's FSB. Join thousands of tech enthusiasts and participate. It too comes in CL7—8.75ns and CL9—11.25ns. https://forums.techguy.org/threads/dual-channel-fsb-calculating-the-bottlenecks-is-dual-channel-worth-it.868383/

Advertisement Recent Posts Robots ekim68 replied Feb 7, 2017 at 10:20 PM Intel USB 3.0 eXtensible Host... Dec 2009: Re: VGA to S-Video/3-RCA Adapter for Matrox Video Cards by Steve... 27. Once upon a time, it was always a good idea to try to match your memory speed to your FSB speed; decoupling them was always bad for performance. All your following comments make sense, except for the 10% part of a stick of memory<---that part I don't quite understand.

  1. I'll see cpuz refer to things like > FSB:memory as "1:2", which I'm not sure refers to the memory > controller > taking advantage of the up and down side of
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  3. That should almost be stickied as far as I'm concerned....I almost get it now!

Kebo Ars Scholae Palatinae Registered: Nov 19, 1999Posts: 1452 Posted: Mon Oct 08, 2007 11:19 pm http://overclockers.com/articles1477/It matters very, very little. FSB / dual core cpu's / etc.? I'll be glad to rephrase this in any way you all like. I have installed 2 X pc3200 512 mb ddr400.

Marshall, Oct 6, 2009 #3 Advertisements Show Ignored Content Want to reply to this thread or ask your own question? Dual-Channel & FSB: Calculating the bottlenecks (Is Dual Channel Worth it???) Discussion in 'Hardware' started by tgm1024, Oct 13, 2009. And the few experts who have run the benchmarks conclude that dual channel is not significantly faster. http://www.techspot.com/community/topics/dual-channel-ram.5943/ Great!

Register Privacy Policy Terms and Rules Help Popular Sections Tech Support Forums Articles Archives Connect With Us Twitter Log-in Register Contact Us Forum software by XenForo™ ©2010-2017 XenForo Ltd. noob question here, I just got confused by this. It would barely even notice memory speed if the code loop is under 4mb.... Based on real-world testing over time, it will help you make intelligent, informed decisions about buying, building, upgrading, and repairing PCs in a cost effective manner that will help you maximize

A regular size data file can be transferred to/from a 1GB stick of RAM pretty quickly. dual channel Matt Anderson, Jan 5, 2005, in forum: DIY PC Replies: 15 Views: 567 Mitch Crane Jan 7, 2005 Bottlenecks Jure Sah, Jul 20, 2006, in forum: DIY PC Replies: Finally at a "DDR2-800" setting it'd try to use a 7x divider, so at 3.0 GHz, the memory would run at 428 MHz.So if you have DDR2-667 rated memory with an When AMD launches Socket AM3 processors in 2009, those will have DDR3-capable memory controllers, and will be able to take full advantage of DDR3's massive bandwidth.

Stay logged in Sign up now! http://pseudoblog.net/dual-channel/dual-channel-ddr-ram.html However, you're only going to see a significant difference if the data being transferred is insanely huge. Please address my confusion regarding the multiplying affect of memory. Either way, I need to know the calculations involved.

So it isnt in DC mode. Start reading some Intel white papers, its beyond my pea brain. Marshall" <> wrote: > > > > > I've searched through the faq and did not find anything specific to > > this. > > > There are several cases I've this content SpecTP Ars Tribunus Militum Registered: Apr 22, 2005Posts: 2213 Posted: Sat Dec 01, 2007 6:53 pm quote:Originally posted by malor:I had a question on another forum, and I realized I honestly

Recently many other manufacturers have also started producing these paired memory kits.Click to expand... Each transfer is 64 bits wide. The PC specs of any machine in particular are not important---I'm looking for the rules and techniques for calculating whether or not it's worth it for any machine.

the psychosomatic effect of knowing that you have dual-channel could well explain any attribution to it.Click to expand...

Please start a New Thread if you're having a similar issue.View our Welcome Guide to learn how to use this site. got here via google and after 2 months of semi-serious searching to figure it out, that was the only thing i've read to actually explain the correlation between FSB and DDR2 There are several factors that lend themselves to "speed" in a PC besides the RAM and the RAM configuration. pepsi_max2k Seniorius Lurkius Registered: Nov 24, 2007Posts: 5 Posted: Sat Nov 24, 2007 3:41 pm quote:Prototyped: that was the best explanation of the relation between FSB and memory I've ever seen.

Gigabyte mobos should auto sense Dual Channel memory, however it wont work unless the memory sticks are the same size. 2x256 or 2x512. chimera15 Seniorius Lurkius Registered: Nov 3, 2007Posts: 2 Posted: Sun Nov 04, 2007 8:12 pm Oh alright, cool, so the part about someone saying that the fsb had to be higher noob question here, I just got confused by this. http://pseudoblog.net/dual-channel/dual-channel-triple-channel-question.html Advertisement tgm1024 Thread Starter Joined: Apr 30, 2004 Messages: 19 There are several cases I've wanted to install memory in pairs to achieve dual-channel memory speeds, but I've come across a

In addition, we feel that since memory speeds are not getting much faster, this give memory manufacturers another stepping-stone before moving to faster memory. If you dual channel or triple channel or whatever, you are multiplying the width of the spreadsheet, so that data can be accessed quicker. chimera15 Seniorius Lurkius Registered: Nov 3, 2007Posts: 2 Posted: Sun Nov 04, 2007 12:04 am Hi, Just a quick question that kind of goes along with this, although maybe not exactly, I honestly have no idea.

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