Triple channel testing

Subject: Memory | November 25, 2008 - 10:23 AM |
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If you still aren't convinced that triple channel DDR3 is the solution to all your problems, this TweakTown review might not make up your mind completely, but it should help.  In their synthetic testing, adding that third channel had the same results as a dual channel setup going from 1066MHz to 1600MHz.  On the other hand, when they tested Crysis, the difference in performance is hard to spot on a graph and is most likely unnoticeable while playing.

"DDR was Intel’s only reprieve, well after its introduction due to Rambus agreements. However, since that time Intel has

not only used DDR, but improved on it. Now that we have seen Intel’s pattern with memory we see that not only are they

banking a huge amount on their DDR3 technology, but also increasing the bus from 128-bit or dual channel to 192-bit or tri

channel memory.

Today's question we pose; does Core i7 really need three channels of memory or can it perform happily on two channels

without severely impacting the performance of the system? - Let's find out!"

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