OCZ Gold XTC PC2-8800 DDR2 2gb Kit

Everest & SuperPI

Everest & SuperPI Results

Below we can see that just by reducing the latency of the OCZ Gold PC2-8800 down to 5-5-4-10 we managed to obtain a health decrease in memory latency and a good increase in memory bandwidth in the Everest benchmarks. With timings set to 4-4-4-10 at DDR-950 the SuperPI score showed substantial improvements over the rest of the configurations.

The modules also produced admirable results when clocked at DDR2-1160, scoring over 8gb/s in the Everest memory read benches.

Everest Read Everest Write

Everest Latency SuperPI 1m

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25-09-2006, 12:35:44

Ham
*starts to wonder if XMS does actualy have a job...*

Good to see you hard at it though:P.Quote

25-09-2006, 12:37:54

ai_01
nice and blingin Quote

25-09-2006, 12:40:16

JN
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Originally Posted by Ham
*starts to wonder if XMS does actualy have a job...*

Good to see you hard at it though:P.
Yeah i try to keep pointless sleeping to a minimum :sleep:Quote

25-09-2006, 17:56:53

glocktodahead
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Originally Posted by name='XMS'
Yeah i try to keep pointless sleeping to a minimum :sleep:
lol! I came home today to see 4 new reviews! Good work guys Quote

25-09-2006, 23:46:16

PV5150
Awesome review Jim. Those OCZ sticks are certainly very classy, and DDR2-1160 on stock timings Quote
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