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  1. #1
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    Bad mem. performance with KT333

    Hi there. Rig:

    Abit KX7-333Raid (no disk in raid-config)
    Duron 800 @ 800.
    512mb TwinMOS (not WinBond chips)
    G4 Ti4200 64mb @ original.

    I've set up everything as it should be in BIOS, and i've even tried this when my system's overclocked. (when overclocked, it was 5x220 = 1100mhz, memory @ 440mhz CAS 2-2-2-5 (rock solid, stable as ****)

    My problem: In Sisoft Sandra, both 2002 (2001?), and 2003 my memory performance SUCKS. I get below PC2100 speeds, i.e. only about 2000mb/s. That 's very bad. Even overclocked, I get this speed. Why is this? I have the latest BIOS, and the latest Via drivers. I'm also sure it's nothing in BIOS, since i've triple-checked everything four times.

    The one who can solve / help me to solve this problem will get a HUGE kiss 8)
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    Have you tried to clock it back to the standard clock? Maybe you've clocked too hard :P

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    As I said, i've tried both overclocked and @ stock speed. Thanks though for the reply.
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    Have you tried to up the settings on the memory in bios? Maybe the cpu is a bottleneck there.. I dont know

  5. #5
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    Yeah, i've tried that too

    Is it really the cpu? Hmm..
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