More High Sandra Memory results

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More High Sandra Memory results

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Using H.Oda's WPCredit utility for Windows, and setting the following options:
* host bus fast data ready - register 52;
* leadoff command timing - register 76;
* DRAM idle timer set to 0 - register 78.

Using SiSoft Sandra 2001te I got the highest memory results I've ever gotten so I thought I'd post them here.

I'm running two celeron 300A at 495 (4.5 x 110) and 2.1v with the memory set as CAS 2.

Just thought these results were pretty cool - shows the BX can still give younger chipsets a run for their money.

Keep on overclocking,
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Very Impressive!
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Post by Wolfram »

Indeed. I only get 343/344 ALU/FPU bandwidth with FSB95 and CAS2, without those WPCredit tweaks. But that´s with Sandra 2003, and I think this version gives you lower memory scores on a BP6 than Sandra 2001.
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Yeah, I remember reading that you can't compare different Sandra scores worth a grain of salt. I should probably get around to getting 2003, but all I do under Windows is just play games (I mean test the stability of my machine :-) -> the real work happens under Linux.
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Post by the_flames »

were can you get Sandra from ???
do you have to pay for it ???
if so is there a trial ver???

an i using to many question marks ??? :)
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I also would like an older trial version of Sandra(lost mine in HD crash!)

Just for "grinns" :wink: Would like to compair with my old dual 366's @ 571mhz scores and my present PIII 1100 @ 110fsb!

can anyone help?

Regards,

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Post by loophole »

You can download SiSoft Sandra from here:
http://www.3bsoftware.com/downloads/

Hope you have fun with it...
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thank's :)
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Post by iSDn »

Please can any1 explain how to use WPCredit to make these changes ???

Thanks..
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Post by Wolfram »

Download WPCREdit and WPCRSet. Edit is for on-the-fly-testing, Set for loading a driver at startup that sets the desired values.

Edit will automatically choose the correct configuration for a BP6 (IIRC). You can edit the registers in a binary/hex editor. Then you start "Installdd" that comes with Set and installs the device driver. Enter the values you changed and save them, so they´ll be restored after reboot.

If your system hangs at bootup, you entered the wrong values... but you still can uninstall the driver in safe mode.
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