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Our sample motherboard (Asus P5WD2 Premium) detected the memory without an issue and so we proceeded to perform the benchmarks and stability testing at various combinations of frequency, timings and voltages. During tests involving a high DDR2 voltage of 2.3V and dizzy operational frequencies (900MHz effective or higher), the memory was never overly warm hence there is no need for further cooling through the use of extra fans.
Software #1: RightMark Memory Analyzer version 3.6 (to test memory stability)
Test 1: (stability):
We tested each of the memory configurations up to the highest stable speed and timings using RightMark Memory Analyzer version 3.6. In order for any given memory configuration to classify as stable it had to complete 1 hour of running this software. Unless a given configuration was proved to be 100% stable, tests 1 & 2 below were not executed.
Test 2: (memory bandwidth)
We tested the highest stable speed and timings obtained within test #1 using Sisoftware Sandra 2005 SP2.
Test 3: (memory latency)
We tested the highest stable speed and timings obtained within test #1 using Lavalsys Everest Ultimate Edition 2005 version 2.20.405.