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Max Memory Bandwidth

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Posted · Original PosterOP
  • This is my AIDA64 score.
  • On Intel website it says: Max Memory bandwidth (41.6 GB/s) is the maximum rate at which data can be read from or stored into a semiconductor memory by the processor.
  • Does this means that my fast RAM is useless? 8.4 GB/s of waste?
  • Thank you.

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No, because Intel only lists the maximum bandwidth they officially support. Technically you are overclocking the memory interface.

 

EDIT: Even if the system were capped to what's listed, you'd see the capped value. The fact that the program can report a higher one is indicative that it's faster.

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Just now, SSWolf1993 said:
  • On Intel website it says: Max Memory bandwidth (41.6 GB/s) is the maximum rate at which data can be read from or stored into a semiconductor memory by the processor.

That number is taken from the officially supported/validated memory speed of 2666MHz. Anything faster than 2666MHz is an overclock usually through a XMP profile.

Just now, SSWolf1993 said:
  • Does this means that my fast RAM is useless?

No.

Just now, SSWolf1993 said:
  • Thank you.

No problem.


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