What's your memory assessment speed ?

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       #131

    Hi,
    Yep ugly
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    Windows10 21H2 x64 Home, Single language, build 19044.1706
       #132

    4GB 2666 Mhz CL 19, soldered in Aspire A515-54G with 1 free DDR4 slot


    Hi guys,
    Been watching these incredible high memory assessment speeds from 35-80 GB/s on this thread and wonder if someone can tell me what is an acceptable speed (or is it called bandwidth?) for my system that I am about to upgrade to Dual Channel 2 x 4 GB (same module as soldered on the mbo)
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    My bus speed is 100 MHz and I am on power adapter with Maximum performance power setting. WINSAT mem reports maximum 15 GB/s, average is 13 GB/s, is this below par? WINSAT Formal reports also that the 4GB is insufficient for a x64 system with a WEI of 5.7. I checked if something big is running on the background but only defender is using 63 MB.
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    Thanks
    Frank
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       #133

    Your memory is actually running at 2666MHz but at very high Cas latency (Cl19) for that frequency (should be Cl14 at most). Other than that, it's a also on low side capacity and is running in single channel because it's only one stick. Dual channel can help a lot but requires 2 sticks of same RAM.
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       #134

    Here's mine...

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    32gig (4 x 8) Corsair memory @3600MHz C16 @16-18-18-36-2T

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    Windows10 21H2 x64 Home, Single language, build 19044.1706
       #135

    CountMike said:
    Your memory is actually running at 2666MHz but at very high Cas latency (Cl19) for that frequency (should be Cl14 at most). Other than that, it's a also on low side capacity and is running in single channel because it's only one stick. Dual channel can help a lot but requires 2 sticks of same RAM.
    I looked at some conversions from DDR frequency to bandwidth (GB/s) and found that 2666 = 15 GB/s effectively (burst rate 20 GB/s) is that correct? That would mean that the 15 GB/s max. Winsat mem is reporting is OK (no waste).
    Yes I will add another 4 GB (same model) DDR4 and hope to double this to 30 GB/s.
    Frank
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    FrankW said:
    I looked at some conversions from DDR frequency to bandwidth (GB/s) and found that 2666 = 15 GB/s effectively (burst rate 20 GB/s) is that correct? That would mean that the 15 GB/s max. Winsat mem is reporting is OK (no waste).
    Yes I will add another 4 GB (same model) DDR4 and hope to double this to 30 GB/s.
    Frank
    That's correct, dual channel should double theoretical read bandwidth but Read and Copy not as much depending on CPU and it's IMC.
    You could also use Aida for instance to check for more details.
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       #137

    The hardware platform pretty much determines the type of memory is utilized and it's performance. Comparing different platforms' memory performance is not apple-to-apple comparison.

    Take my eight years old Ivy Bridge desktop, with Intel Core i5 3350P; yes it's old. It's memory performance isn't too bad based on the platform:

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    It certainly cannot even come close to the current hardware with DDR4 memory, as CountMike's posting above shows...
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       #139

    Polo6RGTI said:
    Here is the script I made to run the memory assessment:...
    just in case anyone is wondering you don't need any fancy programming to run this command. just make sure you run your command prompt "as administrator" just... "winsat mem" is all you need (no parenthesis)

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    well here's my new build. my AIDA score for read/copy is about 10,000 higher but i think winsat averages your read/write/copy and with ryzen 3700/3800 or any of the single chiplet, uh chips you get lower write speeds,so whatevs... anyway still got more tweaking to do but here's what i got at the moment... edit: using 2x16GB Ballistix 3200 @ 3600 which uses Micron E-die
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    i just wanted to ask everyone when they post their scores to also post some specs so we get a perspective of how you are getting your scores. thanks! and keep em comin'
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    win 11 pro
       #140

    first test



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