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    First Test DDR3 Intel Bearlake P35 Motherboard ASUS P5K3 Deluxe

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    Some Memory Companies' GSKILL, GeIL, Super Talent and Team DDR3




    GSKILL DDR3 Test






    GeIL DDR3 Test







    Super Talent DDR3 Test



    Team DDR3 Test










    Thanks your reading.

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    very nice

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    I don't understand the numbers?...you're using the ES E6850 which has a default 333FSB, correct?

    Out of the memory you've tested which is the best?, and how do the benchmarks compare to DDR2 memory?

    Meaning, without overclocking the CPU/FSB or memory how do the SuperPI timings match up?

    Eg. use the X6800 with default 266FSB and 2.93GHz using default DDR2 memory running at 800MHz with the standard 4-4-4-12 timings.

    Now run the E6850ES at default 333FSB with normal 3.00GHz clock speed, then use some low latency DDR3 memory at 800MHz with say 5-5-5-18 timings.

    Basically we're trying to establish if there is any performance increase and if DDR3 is worth the changeover.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Richard Dower View Post
    I don't understand the numbers?...you're using the ES E6850 which has a default 333FSB, correct?

    Out of the memory you've tested which is the best?, and how do the benchmarks compare to DDR2 memory?

    Meaning, without overclocking the CPU/FSB or memory how do the SuperPI timings match up?

    Eg. use the X6800 with default 266FSB and 2.93GHz using default DDR2 memory running at 800MHz with the standard 4-4-4-12 timings.

    Now run the E6850ES at default 333FSB with normal 3.00GHz clock speed, then use some low latency DDR3 memory at 800MHz with say 5-5-5-18 timings.

    Basically we're trying to establish if there is any performance increase and if DDR3 is worth the changeover.
    I'm comparing that now, I'm matching his clocks using cas5 & cas4. I'm sure there's a reason the traditional 3.6Ghz with 1:1 & 4:5 dividers is not shown
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    I think a straight shootout is nesscary, say DDR3 800MHz and 1066MHz vs. DDR2 800MHz and 1066MHz.

    Set the clock speeds and FSB for the CPU's the same.
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    I love the images, very nicely done.

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    I think the Intel Chipset will still be Memory limited.

    Only on chip memory controller will make a MASSIVE difference, not %5 or something insignificant like that.

    Paying %100 price difference for %5 gain = poor economics.

    Mind you, im very interested in head-head results, so i can make a decision on getting a QX6700 and sticking with this Badaxe2 for the rest of the year at least.
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    Thanks a lot for the preview, a DDR2 vs DDR3 would be nice too

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    AndreYang, thanks for sharing all this.

    Gunnz Akimbo, limited with 700+ MHz capable memory!?

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    I think a straight shootout is nesscary, say DDR3 800MHz and 1066MHz vs. DDR2 800MHz and 1066MHz.

    Set the clock speeds and FSB for the CPU's the same .

    yup good chance to see the nearest meduim evolvment in pc future.
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    excellent pics.
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    It's nice to see E-SATA coming into popularity...

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    this board looks awesome, good pics too

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    6*572 or 7*572 ?
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    jack u will have to pay for the HW il be doing 3D soon

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    Quote Originally Posted by Quentin View Post


    6*572 or 7*572 ?
    Yeah just noticed that as well. If it is 6*572 it is a huge performance increase.

    Would win 32m low clock challenge with a much lower cpu speed.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Yoxxy View Post
    Yeah just noticed that as well. If it is 6*572 it is a huge performance increase.

    Would win 32m low clock challenge with a much lower cpu speed.
    If it is 6*572 i will sell my DDR2 and buy DDR3
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    try the new cpu 1.40 says better p35 support.
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    How well DDR3 responds to V and what V you running?
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    nice ... DDR3 1400 ... thats alot of bandwidth .
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    Is it me or are the RAM test pictures dead?

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    Looking good. Thanks for the great pics.
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    Is cas5 the minimum?

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    modem killer pictures lol j/k

    nice pictures AndreYang
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    has anyone noticed that the graphics is AGP????? whats the deal here????
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