RightMark Memory Analyzer 3.72 Released, Now with Quad-Core Kentsfield support!
The changelog includes:
- Added support for quad-core Intel Core 2 processors (Kentsfield core)
- Fixed identification of AMD Athlon 64 FX dual-core and several AMD K8 revision E core names
- Fixed display of tRP/tRAS parameters in Memory SPD info
- New CPU Database entries
RMMA, created by the RightMark Project team, is meant for measuring vital system parameters such as CPU/Chipset/RAM and providing steady and reliable (reproducible) test results. Vital low-level system characteristics include latency and real RAM bandwidth, average/minimal latency of different cache levels and its associativity, real L1-L2 cache bandwidth and TLB levels specs.
RMMA provides the following platform information:
- CPUID info, including CPU vendor, model and core name, family, model and stepping numbers, supported instruction set extensions, cache and TLB features;
- Chipset (Northbridge and Southbridge) vendor and model name, AGP features, installed RAM type/size, current RAM timings;
- Memory SPD (Serial Presence Detect) info, including module type/size, manufacturer, part number, attributes and timings;
The new version is available here, as always.
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