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Speed problem with corsair xms3200 pro and NF7-s v2.0 MB


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Hi there recently purchased Corsair 1GB DDR XMS3200C2 Pro TwinX (2x512MB) CAS2 RAM to use with my original Motherboard which is a Abit NF7-S V2.0. i set the latency settings from corsair site into the Bios and ran the RAM 1:1 ratio with my cpu as it also runs at 400mhz. i then decided to run a benchmark within sisoft sandra 2005 pro but noticed that the results weren't much faster than my old corsair 512mb value ram. the results were only about 10mb faster than my old RAM and results were as follows :

Benchmark Results

RAM Bandwidth Int Buff'd aEMMX/aSSE : 2728 MB/s

RAM Bandwidth Float Buff'd aEMMX/aSSE : 2562 MB/s.

Any idea why my ram maybe running slow? as a friend has the same ram but achieves double my results. Any help will be greatfull thank you :):

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I used Sisoft Sandra 2005 Professional to benchmark the RAM.

 

System specs

AMD Atholon XP 3200+ 400mhz Barton Core

Abit NF7-S V2.0 Motherboard

1GB (2x512mb) Corsair XMS3200C2 Pro 400mhz - 2.5-3-3-6

Asus Nvidia FX 5700 128mb Graphics

120GB harddrive

200GB harddrive

Onboard sound

Windows XP Pro with SP1.

 

Bios Settings

200FSB x11.0 to run at 2.2ghz

CPU/RAM ratio 1:1

Latancy settings for ram: 2.5-3-3-6 (also tried 2-3-3-6)

Running Ram in Dual channel mode aswell

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I think my dim voltage is already set to 2.7v as thats what it was already set to in the bios. ive also tried everest aswell but still didnt give me anywhere near performance as my friends ram. any other ideas you may have??
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here are his system configuration if this is what you were asking for although i was unable to get the module part# sorry. hope this is able to help some though

 

Chipset 1

Model : Abit Computer Corp 82875P,E7210 Memory Controller Hub

Front Side Bus Speed : 4x 200MHz (800MHz data rate)

Width : 64-bit

 

Logical/Chipset 1 Memory Banks

Bank 0 : 512MB DDR-SDRAM 2.5-3-3-7 1CMD

Bank 1 : 512MB DDR-SDRAM 2.5-3-3-7 1CMD

Channels : 2

Speed : 2x 200MHz (400MHz data rate)

Width : 64-bit

Performance Acceleration Technology : Yes

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You are comparing Intel I875 chipset to Nforce 2. I am sorry but the memory performance for Nforce 2 will never reach what you get with Intel I875 chipset. Nforce2 will bench at about 2500-3000 MBs. So you are getting about average.
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ok thankyou, do you know if the ram will run alot faster on a newer system? i intend to upgrade pc soon and will be purchasing an msi k8n neo2 platinum nforce 3 with an amd 64 4000+ san diego cpu??

thankyou for you time and help

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