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    Default Re: Problem with random BSOD code 124

    K, I'll do it now and edit it into this post.

    This will just be a general comparison, so keep that in mind

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    Default Re: Problem with random BSOD code 124

    I would be amazed if it makes a slight difference in anything other than memory benchmark.

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    Default Re: Problem with random BSOD code 124

    Chike is correct, memory benchmarks is all it really matters in, and sometimes it can help with stability at high clocks. Sorry about the wait, I had to step out for a minute.

    Also, I don't think this setup I'm using is a very good comparison platform, just due to the way SB/SBe handles memory. I think it would probably be best for you to benchmark and compare for yourself on that board, as the one I'm using now all results are very similar even when you compare 16xxMhz with 23xxMhz just because of how SB handles memory.

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    Default Re: Problem with random BSOD code 124

    Thanks a lot great info.
    I will test and report back.

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    SB-E can actually do 30+GB/s but with lots of threads, that's where is superioruty shows, for games SB 2500k is better.
    It's realy depend what the machine is used for, most applications do not benefit from higher memory speeds for Lynnfield.
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    And as i try to mess more with my m/b other questions arise.
    I noticed that in the memory timings options in bios round trip latency for channel A is 44 and for channel B is 46. All the other numbers are the same.
    Is this difference normal?

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    Default Re: Problem with random BSOD code 124

    Ya Chike I know it's good like that, but I just meant in general SB is like SBe where CPU speed affects the memory performance more than actual memory speed or timings does.

    Those tests are only dual channel, with poor timings on 4GB modules, that's why the speed isn't very high.

    Round Trip latency should differ, so that is normal, but good eye!

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    Default Re: Problem with random BSOD code 124

    Thanks.
    I like to be 100% sure (or something close to that) before changing settings I don't fully understand and I like very much to learn. (hence the amount of questions!)

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    Default Re: Problem with random BSOD code 124

    If the OP want he can OC the bclk and uncore with minor cpu OC, which will probably give more than the difference between 1t and 2t.

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    Default Re: Problem with random BSOD code 124

    ^^ For sure! ^^

    Just 1T is standard normal setting for DDR3 amoung 99.9999999% of all DDR3 users, so that's why I suggested he set it, not for a large boost in performance, just because it's normal and adds that little bit DDR3 was designed for anyway.

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