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Corsair Memory Options & Performance On The Intel 955XE Chipset

| CPUs, Chipsets & SoCs News | Posted: Jun 3, 2005 9:37 am

Corsair have dished out a fresh application note today covering memory performance for Intel's flagship 955XE chipset. For owners of this chipset looking to gain every last drop of memory performance from it, you'll be sure to find the PDF formated application note a highly interesting read, and undoubtedly learn a few tricks and tweaks along the way too.


This white paper will examine memory options for the Intel 955X Express chip set. We will give a brief summary of chip set features. A benchmark setup to test memory for this chip set will be described, and BIOS parameters and frequency settings will be explained. We will then evaluate several memory modules that are suitable for use with this chip set. We will examine performance for these modules, and provide guidance for which memory types should be used based on target performance and cost of the system. Finally, we will overclock the platform and explore its maximum performance capabilities.


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