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Old 13 Jan 2006, 08:09 AM   #46
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Of course since this is Intel land you might want a second or third
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Old 13 Jan 2006, 08:39 AM   #47
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Your opinion is always good enough for me.Now is this anything I can do or does something have to be replaced or do I have to get it done where I got the computer?Sorry for all the ? but we as a family are basically starting from scratch as far as PC knowledge and I haven't got on that first rung of the ladder yet.If I put about another $1300 in this PC I can go with what I posted above and I think sempron would be part of it.

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Old 13 Jan 2006, 08:44 AM   #48
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let's wait a while maybe an intel geek will drop in, and like i said take an everest printout to your builder, if I am right, don't get into bios yet,
that's advanced 103.
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Old 13 Jan 2006, 09:03 AM   #49
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Understood and will do thank you.
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Old 13 Jan 2006, 11:35 AM   #50
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There may not be any intel geeks left, all ordering amd 64 and x2 amd64.
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Old 13 Jan 2006, 01:00 PM   #51
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Live and let live chewy.
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Old 13 Jan 2006, 01:19 PM   #52
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yes most intel geeks have moved to amd. i was once an intel fan

i fully agree with chewy's post (#45). memory timings do not make up for bus speed. bad trade-off
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Old 13 Jan 2006, 02:29 PM   #53
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Chewy would you let me know if this helps if it doesn't I would rather delete it thank you.

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Old 13 Jan 2006, 10:07 PM   #54
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Well the proof is in the pudding, down under benchmark, there are 3 tests,
you run them by hitting refresh(2 curved arrows) to the left of report.
Let's get your memory read, writes and latency.
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Well chewy the rookie strikes again.Now I know it has to be something I screwed up but your directions seemed pretty simple.I started the benchmark memory read test at exactly 7:05 AM this morning at 11:05 this evening I decided to take back control of my computer.It had my computer completely locked up even the clock would not run.I have some programs that run in the wee hours so I had to make a decision.Now after all this I still want to get you the info so if I know what to expect I can be prepared but I don't think 16 hours is normal (limited Knowledge).Just for my own sake is this serious?I know you have said don't worry and everything seems to do what I want it to at least for what we use it for but a rookie worries.Let me know if these tests should be quicker than that and I will try again.I think you know by now I don't really like quitting and I am not going to start now.

Okay I worked out how to do the tests properly there's 4 results right now for the memory read (don't ask).I hope you have an easy way to get the onscreen display result to here because I am getting sick of this thing locking up my system.The only way I can regain control is to unplug.Generating a report even stops the clock.It will let me right click copy all but then won't let me paste.I just don't know what to do.I have generated 1 report so far but it is 1 of 4 and if I go back in to generate so I can save it will have to generate all 4.It would also be nice to know how to get rid of any reports generated or not so I can start off clean.

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that's ok soup, I think you have established your computer has memory
issues. Memtest? The everest memory benchs just take a minute or so.
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memtest, definitely http://www.memtest86.com/
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@chewy I know that now because I can do the tests the proper way.How do I get the onscreen results to you here.Generating the test report seems to go on forever locks up my system and doesn't look like it is doing anything.

@anonymez I did check this out but after my own rookieness yesterday I am no longer going to start any thing up that I don't have a rough idea how long it should take.Is this better than Everest,will it generate a report faster than Everest(I gave Everest a good 40 minutes to generate the memory read report in text and it didn't look like it did anything but lockup my system).When the only way you can get back control of your system is to unplug there is something wrong (it reminds me of NeroVision Express 3).That doesn't mean I don't appreciate the assist because I truly do.Guess what Everest benchmark memory read test.(I told you I hate to quit).

CPU CPU Clock Motherboard Chipset Memory Read Speed
P4EE 3733 MHz MSI P4N Diamond nForce4-SLI-Intel Dual DDR2-667 7630 MB/s
P4EE 3733 MHz Dell Dimension XPS i925XE Dual DDR2-533 6920 MB/s
Pentium EE 840 3200 MHz Intel D955XBK i955X Dual DDR2-667 6100 MB/s
Athlon64 3500+ 2200 MHz MSI K8N Neo2 Platinum nForce3-Ultra Dual PC3200 DDR 6030 MB/s
P4 540 3200 MHz Abit IC7-MAX3 i875P Dual PC3200 DDR 5780 MB/s
P4 560 3600 MHz Intel D925XCV i925X Dual DDR2-533 5570 MB/s
P4 560 3600 MHz Foxconn 915A01-P i915P Dual DDR2-533 5420 MB/s
Athlon64 FX-51 2200 MHz Asus SK8N nForce3Pro-150 Dual PC3200R DDR 5400 MB/s
P4 520 2800 MHz Soltek SL-PT880E-RL PT880 Dual PC3200 DDR 5370 MB/s
Athlon64 X2 4800+ 2400 MHz Asus A8N-SLI Deluxe nForce4-SLI Dual PC3200 DDR 5100 MB/s
P4 3000 MHz Intel D875PBZ i875P Dual PC3200 DDR 4880 MB/s
P4EE 3400 MHz Intel D925XCV i925X Dual DDR2-533 4480 MB/s
P4 2800 MHz Gigabyte GA-8S655TX Ultra SiS655TX Dual PC3200 DDR 4370 MB/s
P4 3000 MHz Intel D865PERL i865PE Dual PC3200 DDR 4070 MB/s
P4 3200 MHz Gigabyte GA-8TRS350MT RS350 Ext. Dual PC3200 DDR 3830 MB/s
Xeon 2800 MHz Asus PC-DL i875P Dual PC2700 DDR 3660 MB/s
P4 2400 MHz Iwill P4GB iE7205 Dual PC2100 DDR 3560 MB/s
P4 2400 MHz Intel D850EMV2 i850E Dual PC1066 RDRAM 3240 MB/s
Athlon64 3000+ 2000 MHz Gigabyte GA-K8N Pro nForce3-150 PC3200 DDR SDRAM 3050 MB/s
Athlon64 3200+ 2000 MHz MSI K8T Neo-FIS2R K8T800 PC3200 DDR SDRAM 2980 MB/s
Pentium M 730J 1600 MHz Acer TravelMate 4150 i915PM Dual DDR2-400 2880 MB/s
AthlonXP 3200+ 2200 MHz Shuttle FN45 nForce2-U400 PC3200 DDR SDRAM 2790 MB/s
AthlonXP 3200+ 2200 MHz Asus A7V880 KT880 Dual PC3200 DDR 2590 MB/s
P4 2533 MHz DFI NT72-SC i850E Dual PC800 RDRAM 2560 MB/s
AthlonXP 2700+ 2166 MHz Chaintech 7NJL1 nForce2-SPP Dual PC2700 DDR 2500 MB/s
Pentium M 1500 MHz Acer TravelMate 4500 i855GME Ext. PC2700 DDR SDRAM 2470 MB/s
AthlonXP 2700+ 2166 MHz Asus A7N8X nForce2-SPP Dual PC2700 DDR 2450 MB/s
P4 2533 MHz Gigabyte GA-8PE667 Ultra i845PE PC2700 DDR SDRAM 2450 MB/s
P4 3066 MHz Asus P4PE i845PE PC2700 DDR SDRAM 2400 MB/s
AthlonXP 3200+ 2200 MHz ASRock K7S8XE+ SiS748 PC3200 DDR SDRAM 2370 MB/s
P4 2400 MHz Asus P4S533-E SiS645DX PC2700 DDR SDRAM 2330 MB/s
AthlonXP 2600+ 2100 MHz MSI KT4V KT400 PC2700 DDR SDRAM 2270 MB/s
P4 2400 MHz Gigabyte GA-8GE667 Pro i845GE Int. PC2700 DDR SDRAM 2240 MB/s
Sempron 2600+ 1833 MHz ASRock K7VT4A+ KT400A PC2700 DDR SDRAM 2150 MB/s
P4 1300 MHz Dell Dimension 8100 i850 Dual PC600 RDRAM 2040 MB/s
Celeron 1700 MHz DFI PE21-EC P4X400 PC2100 DDR SDRAM 2020 MB/s
Celeron 2000 MHz Gigabyte GA-8PEMT4 i845PE PC2100 DDR SDRAM 2000 MB/s
AthlonXP 2100+ 1733 MHz Abit NF7 nForce2-SPP Dual PC2100 DDR 1990 MB/s
P4 2400 MHz Asus P4S533-E SiS645DX PC2100 DDR SDRAM 1960 MB/s
P4 1600 MHz Asus P4B266 i845D PC2100 DDR SDRAM 1940 MB/s
P4 1800 MHz MSI 845E Max i845E PC2100 DDR SDRAM 1940 MB/s
P4 2000 MHz Shuttle AV40 P4X266 PC2100 DDR SDRAM 1920 MB/s
AthlonXP 2200+ 1800 MHz Chaintech 7NJL1 nForce2-SPP PC2100 DDR SDRAM 1900 MB/s
Celeron 1700 MHz Asus P4S333-VM SiS650 Ext. PC2100 DDR SDRAM 1870 MB/s
Celeron 1800 MHz TriGem Imperial i845GL Int. PC2100 DDR SDRAM 1870 MB/s
AthlonXP 2000+ 1666 MHz Epox EP-8KHA+ KT266A PC2100 DDR SDRAM 1850 MB/s
P4 1700 MHz ASRock PE Pro SiS645 PC2100 DDR SDRAM 1810 MB/s
AthlonXP 1800+ 1533 MHz Abit AT7-MAX2 KT400 PC2100 DDR SDRAM 1790 MB/s
AthlonXP 2000+ 1666 MHz MSI KT3 Ultra-ARU KT333 PC2100 DDR SDRAM 1770 MB/s
AthlonXP 1800+ 1533 MHz ECS K7S5A SiS735 PC2100 DDR SDRAM 1710 MB/s
Athlon 1200 MHz Abit KG7 AMD760 PC2100 DDR SDRAM 1700 MB/s
Athlon 1200 MHz Asus A7M266 AMD760 PC2100 DDR SDRAM 1560 MB/s
AthlonXP 1500+ 1333 MHz Asus A7V266 KT266 PC2100 DDR SDRAM 1500 MB/s
Celeron 1700 MHz ECS P4S5A/DX+ SiS645DX PC133 SDRAM 1040 MB/s
AthlonXP 1700+ 1466 MHz AOpen AK73A KT133A PC133 SDRAM 990 MB/s
PIII-E 866 MHz Asus CUSL2 i815E Ext. PC133 SDRAM 980 MB/s
P4 1600 MHz Dell Dimension 4300 i845 PC133 SDRAM 950 MB/s
PIII-E 866 MHz ECS P6VAP-A+ ApolloPro133A PC133 SDRAM 840 MB/s
PIII-E 600 MHz Acorp 6V8633A ApolloPro266 PC2100 DDR SDRAM 770 MB/s
PIII-E 866 MHz Intel CC820 i820 PC100 SDRAM 760 MB/s
AthlonXP 1700+ 1466 MHz PCChips M810LR SiS730S Ext. PC133 SDRAM 740 MB/s
Athlon 600 MHz Asus K7M AMD-750 PC100 SDRAM 730 MB/s
Celeron 900 MHz MSI 815EP Pro i815EP PC100 SDRAM 710 MB/s
PIII 600 MHz Asus P2B i440BX PC133 SDRAM 670 MB/s
C3 1333 MHz VIA EPIA SP CN400 Int. PC3200 DDR SDRAM 550 MB/s
Duron 850 MHz Gigabyte GA-7IXE4 AMD750 PC100 SDRAM 460 MB/s
Celeron 466 MHz IBM 628848U i810 Int. PC66 SDRAM 390 MB/s
PII 266 MHz Intel DK440LX i440LX PC66 SDRAM 350 MB/s
K6-III 450 MHz Asus P5A ALADDiN5 PC100 SDRAM 290 MB/s
K6-III 400 MHz Epox EP-MVP3G-M MVP3 PC100 SDRAM 260 MB/s
K6-2 450 MHz Gigabyte GA-5AX ALADDiN5 PC100 SDRAM 260 MB/s
C3 800 MHz VIA EPIA PLE133 PC133 SDRAM 210 MB/s
PentiumMMX 166 MHz Asus TX97-E i430TX PC66 SDRAM 190 MB/s
PentiumPro 200 MHz Intel AP440FX i440FX 66 MHz FPM RAM 160 MB/s
C6 200 MHz M Technology R525 i430FX 66 MHz EDO RAM 60 MB/s
K6 266 MHz Asus SP97-V SiS5598 Int. 66 MHz EDO RAM 60 MB/s
Am5x86 133 MHz Gigabyte GA-5486AL ALi1489 EDO RAM 50 MB/s

Everest benchmark memory write test:

CPU CPU Clock Motherboard Chipset Memory Write Speed
P4EE 3733 MHz MSI P4N Diamond nForce4-SLI-Intel Dual DDR2-667 2980 MB/s
Athlon64 3500+ 2200 MHz MSI K8N Neo2 Platinum nForce3-Ultra Dual PC3200 DDR 2600 MB/s
Pentium EE 840 3200 MHz Intel D955XBK i955X Dual DDR2-667 2280 MB/s
P4 560 3600 MHz Intel D925XCV i925X Dual DDR2-533 2280 MB/s
P4 560 3600 MHz Foxconn 915A01-P i915P Dual DDR2-533 2200 MB/s
P4EE 3733 MHz Dell Dimension XPS i925XE Dual DDR2-533 2040 MB/s
Athlon64 FX-51 2200 MHz Asus SK8N nForce3Pro-150 Dual PC3200R DDR 1750 MB/s
P4 3000 MHz Intel D875PBZ i875P Dual PC3200 DDR 1750 MB/s
P4 540 3200 MHz Abit IC7-MAX3 i875P Dual PC3200 DDR 1740 MB/s
Athlon64 X2 4800+ 2400 MHz Asus A8N-SLI Deluxe nForce4-SLI Dual PC3200 DDR 1650 MB/s
P4EE 3400 MHz Intel D925XCV i925X Dual DDR2-533 1640 MB/s
P4 520 2800 MHz Soltek SL-PT880E-RL PT880 Dual PC3200 DDR 1550 MB/s
Xeon 2800 MHz Asus PC-DL i875P Dual PC2700 DDR 1540 MB/s
P4 2800 MHz Gigabyte GA-8S655TX Ultra SiS655TX Dual PC3200 DDR 1480 MB/s
P4 3000 MHz Intel D865PERL i865PE Dual PC3200 DDR 1440 MB/s
P4 2400 MHz Intel D850EMV2 i850E Dual PC1066 RDRAM 1330 MB/s
Athlon64 3200+ 2000 MHz MSI K8T Neo-FIS2R K8T800 PC3200 DDR SDRAM 1220 MB/s
AthlonXP 3200+ 2200 MHz Shuttle FN45 nForce2-U400 PC3200 DDR SDRAM 1120 MB/s
Athlon64 3000+ 2000 MHz Gigabyte GA-K8N Pro nForce3-150 PC3200 DDR SDRAM 1110 MB/s
P4 2533 MHz DFI NT72-SC i850E Dual PC800 RDRAM 1110 MB/s
AthlonXP 2700+ 2166 MHz Chaintech 7NJL1 nForce2-SPP Dual PC2700 DDR 1000 MB/s
AthlonXP 2700+ 2166 MHz Asus A7N8X nForce2-SPP Dual PC2700 DDR 980 MB/s
P4 3200 MHz Gigabyte GA-8TRS350MT RS350 Ext. Dual PC3200 DDR 970 MB/s
P4 2400 MHz Iwill P4GB iE7205 Dual PC2100 DDR 900 MB/s
AthlonXP 3200+ 2200 MHz Asus A7V880 KT880 Dual PC3200 DDR 880 MB/s
P4 2533 MHz Gigabyte GA-8PE667 Ultra i845PE PC2700 DDR SDRAM 860 MB/s
AthlonXP 2100+ 1733 MHz Abit NF7 nForce2-SPP Dual PC2100 DDR 810 MB/s
Pentium M 730J 1600 MHz Acer TravelMate 4150 i915PM Dual DDR2-400 780 MB/s
P4 2400 MHz Asus P4S533-E SiS645DX PC2700 DDR SDRAM 780 MB/s
AthlonXP 2200+ 1800 MHz Chaintech 7NJL1 nForce2-SPP PC2100 DDR SDRAM 760 MB/s
AthlonXP 3200+ 2200 MHz ASRock K7S8XE+ SiS748 PC3200 DDR SDRAM 750 MB/s
Celeron 1700 MHz DFI PE21-EC P4X400 PC2100 DDR SDRAM 750 MB/s
P4 1600 MHz Asus P4B266 i845D PC2100 DDR SDRAM 740 MB/s
AthlonXP 2600+ 2100 MHz MSI KT4V KT400 PC2700 DDR SDRAM 730 MB/s
P4 3066 MHz Asus P4PE i845PE PC2700 DDR SDRAM 700 MB/s
Celeron 1700 MHz Asus P4S333-VM SiS650 Ext. PC2100 DDR SDRAM 700 MB/s
P4 2400 MHz Gigabyte GA-8GE667 Pro i845GE Int. PC2700 DDR SDRAM 690 MB/s
P4 1700 MHz ASRock PE Pro SiS645 PC2100 DDR SDRAM 690 MB/s
Pentium M 1500 MHz Acer TravelMate 4500 i855GME Ext. PC2700 DDR SDRAM 680 MB/s
P4 2400 MHz Asus P4S533-E SiS645DX PC2100 DDR SDRAM 680 MB/s
P4 1800 MHz Soyo P4X400 DRAGON Ultra Platinum Edition P4X400 PC2100 DDR SDRAM 670 MB/s
P4 1800 MHz MSI 845E Max i845E PC2100 DDR SDRAM 660 MB/s
P4 1300 MHz Dell Dimension 8100 i850 Dual PC600 RDRAM 650 MB/s
P4 2000 MHz Shuttle AV40 P4X266 PC2100 DDR SDRAM 650 MB/s
Celeron 1800 MHz TriGem Imperial i845GL Int. PC2100 DDR SDRAM 650 MB/s
Celeron 2000 MHz Gigabyte GA-8PEMT4 i845PE PC2100 DDR SDRAM 640 MB/s
Sempron 2600+ 1833 MHz ASRock K7VT4A+ KT400A PC2700 DDR SDRAM 630 MB/s
AthlonXP 2000+ 1666 MHz MSI KT3 Ultra-ARU KT333 PC2100 DDR SDRAM 590 MB/s
AthlonXP 1800+ 1533 MHz Abit AT7-MAX2 KT400 PC2100 DDR SDRAM 560 MB/s
AthlonXP 2000+ 1666 MHz Epox EP-8KHA+ KT266A PC2100 DDR SDRAM 510 MB/s
AthlonXP 1800+ 1533 MHz ECS K7S5A SiS735 PC2100 DDR SDRAM 510 MB/s
Athlon 1200 MHz Abit KG7 AMD760 PC2100 DDR SDRAM 500 MB/s
Celeron 1700 MHz ECS P4S5A/DX+ SiS645DX PC133 SDRAM 490 MB/s
Athlon 1200 MHz Asus A7M266 AMD760 PC2100 DDR SDRAM 470 MB/s
AthlonXP 1500+ 1333 MHz Asus A7V266 KT266 PC2100 DDR SDRAM 430 MB/s
P4 1600 MHz Dell Dimension 4300 i845 PC133 SDRAM 350 MB/s
AthlonXP 1700+ 1466 MHz PCChips M810LR SiS730S Ext. PC133 SDRAM 350 MB/s
AthlonXP 1700+ 1466 MHz AOpen AK73A KT133A PC133 SDRAM 310 MB/s
Athlon 600 MHz Asus K7M AMD-750 PC100 SDRAM 300 MB/s
PIII 600 MHz Asus P2B i440BX PC133 SDRAM 260 MB/s
PIII-E 866 MHz Asus CUSL2 i815E Ext. PC133 SDRAM 240 MB/s
C3 1333 MHz VIA EPIA SP CN400 Int. PC3200 DDR SDRAM 200 MB/s
Duron 850 MHz Gigabyte GA-7IXE4 AMD750 PC100 SDRAM 200 MB/s
PIII-E 866 MHz ECS P6VAP-A+ ApolloPro133A PC133 SDRAM 190 MB/s
PIII-E 600 MHz Acorp 6V8633A ApolloPro266 PC2100 DDR SDRAM 190 MB/s
Celeron 900 MHz MSI 815EP Pro i815EP PC100 SDRAM 180 MB/s
PIII-E 866 MHz Intel CC820 i820 PC100 SDRAM 140 MB/s
Celeron 466 MHz IBM 628848U i810 Int. PC66 SDRAM 140 MB/s
C3 800 MHz VIA EPIA PLE133 PC133 SDRAM 130 MB/s
PII 266 MHz Intel DK440LX i440LX PC66 SDRAM 120 MB/s
K6-III 450 MHz Asus P5A ALADDiN5 PC100 SDRAM 120 MB/s
K6-III 400 MHz Epox EP-MVP3G-M MVP3 PC100 SDRAM 120 MB/s
PentiumMMX 166 MHz Asus TX97-E i430TX PC66 SDRAM 90 MB/s
K6-2 450 MHz Gigabyte GA-5AX ALADDiN5 PC100 SDRAM 80 MB/s
PentiumPro 200 MHz Intel AP440FX i440FX 66 MHz FPM RAM 80 MB/s
C6 200 MHz M Technology R525 i430FX 66 MHz EDO RAM 60 MB/s
K6 266 MHz Asus SP97-V SiS5598 Int. 66 MHz EDO RAM 40 MB/s
Am5x86 133 MHz Gigabyte GA-5486AL ALi1489 EDO RAM 30 MB/s

I really need to know how to get rid of 3 of the 4 memory read tests.

Everest benchmark memory latency test:

CPU CPU Clock Motherboard Chipset Memory CL-RCD-RP-RAS Latency
Athlon64 3500+ 2200 MHz MSI K8N Neo2 Platinum nForce3-Ultra Dual PC3200 DDR 2-2-2-5 45.6 ns
Athlon64 3400+ 2200 MHz Chaintech VNF3-250 nForce3-250 PC3200 DDR SDRAM 2-2-2-5 48.4 ns
Athlon64 3500+ 2200 MHz Asus A8V K8T800Pro Dual PC3200 DDR 2.5-3-3-7 58.8 ns
Athlon64 X2 4800+ 2400 MHz Asus A8N-SLI Deluxe nForce4-SLI Dual PC3200 DDR 2.5-3-3-8 62.2 ns
Athlon64 3800+ 2400 MHz Gigabyte GA-K8NSNXP-939 nForce3-Ultra Dual PC2700 DDR 2-3-3-7 67.8 ns
Opteron 246 2000 MHz Iwill DK8N nForce3Pro-250 Dual PC3200R DDR 2.5-3-3-8 68.0 ns
P4EE 3733 MHz MSI P4N Diamond nForce4-SLI-Intel Dual DDR2-667 4-4-4-15 76.3 ns
P4 3000 MHz Epox EP-4PCA3+ i875P + PAT Dual PC3200 DDR 2.5-3-3-8 78.9 ns
P4 2600 MHz Asus P4P800 i865PE + PAT Dual PC3200 DDR 2.5-3-3-6 79.7 ns
Opteron 248 2200 MHz MSI K8T Master1-FAR K8T800 Dual PC2100R DDR 2-3-3-6 83.1 ns
P4 540 3200 MHz Abit AA8-DuraMAX i925X Dual DDR2-533 3-3-3-8 84.5 ns
Pentium EE 840 3200 MHz Intel D955XBK i955X Dual DDR2-667 4-4-4-11 85.6 ns
P4 540 3200 MHz Epox EP-5EGA+ i915G Ext. Dual PC3200 DDR 2-2-2-5 86.7 ns
Xeon 2800 MHz Asus PC-DL i875P + PAT Dual PC2700 DDR 2-3-3-5 94.9 ns
Pentium M 1500 MHz Acer TravelMate 4500 i855GME Ext. PC2700 DDR SDRAM 2.5-3-3-7 101.0 ns
P4 3000 MHz Intel D865PERL i865PE Dual PC3200 DDR 3-3-3-8 101.4 ns
Pentium M 730J 1600 MHz Acer TravelMate 4150 i915PM Dual DDR2-400 3-3-3-8 101.9 ns
AthlonXP 3100+ 2200 MHz ASRock K7S8XE SiS748 PC3200 DDR SDRAM 2.5-3-3-5 102.2 ns
AthlonXP 2500+ 1833 MHz Asus A7N8X-E nForce2-U400 PC2700 DDR SDRAM 2.5-3-3-7 105.4 ns
P4 3066 MHz MSI 848P Neo-S i848P PC2700 DDR SDRAM 2.5-3-3-7 115.1 ns
P4 2600 MHz Asus P4P800 i865PE Dual PC3200 DDR 2.5-4-4-7 117.8 ns
P4 2400 MHz Asus P4T533 i850E Dual PC1066 RDRAM - 121.8 ns
P4 3200 MHz Gigabyte GA-8TRS350MT RS350 Int. Dual PC3200 DDR 3-3-3-8 125.2 ns
Sempron 2600+ 1833 MHz ASRock K7VT4A+ KT400A PC2700 DDR SDRAM 2.5-3-3-7 131.5 ns
P4 2533 MHz DFI NT72-SC i850E Dual PC800 RDRAM - 150.8 ns
P4 1800 MHz Soyo P4X400 DRAGON Ultra Platinum Edition P4X400 PC2100 DDR SDRAM 2-3-3-6 160.3 ns
C3 1333 MHz VIA EPIA SP CN400 Int. PC3200 DDR SDRAM 2.5-3-3-8 161.3 ns
PIII-E 600 MHz Acorp 6V8633A ApolloPro266 PC2100 DDR SDRAM 2.5-3-3-6 166.8 ns
Celeron 2400 MHz Gigabyte GA-8TRS350MT RS350 Int. Dual PC3200 DDR 3-3-3-8 169.2 ns
C3 800 MHz VIA EPIA PLE133 PC133 SDRAM 3-3-3-6 178.5 ns
Duron 1300 MHz Asus A7V KT133 PC133 SDRAM 3-3-3-6 182.6 ns
AthlonXP 1800+ 1533 MHz Gigabyte GA-7DXE AMD760 PC2100 DDR SDRAM 2.5-3-3-7 191.3 ns
Celeron 2000 MHz Abit TH7II i850 Dual PC600 RDRAM - 191.8 ns
PIII 450 MHz Intel VC820 i820 PC600 RDRAM - 209.0 ns
PIII Xeon 550 MHz IBM Netfinity 8500R Profusion PC100R SDRAM - 221.0 ns
K6-III 400 MHz Epox EP-MVP3G-M MVP3 PC100 SDRAM 2-2-2-5 248.5 ns
PII 266 MHz Intel DK440LX i440LX PC66 SDRAM 3-2-2-6 272.9 ns
K6-2 500 MHz PCChips M577 MVP3 PC100 SDRAM 2-3-3-6 286.8 ns

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Old 15 Jan 2006, 12:33 AM   #59
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run memtest

OK writes and latency look about right, I suspect your memory is set for auto in bios and one of the sticks is going bad, as you have no result for
reads in everest, at least we know what's hanging you up. I'd pull one of the sticks then look to see if everest shows the ram running at it's full speed.
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For windows installation begin by downloading either the Pre-Compiled Windows package to build a boot-able floppy disk or an ISO (zip version) to create a boot-able CDROM. After the file is downloaded an extract must be done to uncompress the file(s). To extract right click on the downloaded file and select the "Extract All" option. The extract option will let you choose where the files will be extracted to. To build a bootable floppy go the the folder where the files were extracted and click on the Install icon. The floppy disk will appear to be unformatted by Windows after the install is complete.

Do I download this or do I just download the version at the top and what do you want me to do?Is it as easy as just run.I don't think I have the knowledge to pull one of the sticks I would probably have to take the tower to the builder or maybe I'll try and find somebody with a little bit more knowledge than me.
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