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  1. Thanks for the reply! After reinstalling the OS , it just works fine and here's the result,
  2. This problem has been existing since the release of Xeon 6248R more than a year ago and hasn't been ever fixed throughout the several new releases of Aida64 since then.
  3. Thanks for your reply! The CPU itself does support 6 memory channels and now only 3 memory modules are installed, meaning a large margin between the installed memory bandwidth and the IMC bandwidth. At such case, I deem the write bandwidth should be close to the read bandwidth. Actually, I have asked the same question to the Kingston’s guy and the Supermicro’s guy, they all suggest me to replace the memory module to the one authenticated by Supermicro due to the difference in the design of the register of the memory module.
  4. Aida64 can't read the SPD info of the memory module on supermicro X11QPH+ motherboard. Could you please fix this problem?
  5. Hi, Fiery! I have purchased a new SuperServer 8049U-E1CR4T and run memory benchmarks. The read bandwidth is very close to the theoretical value, while the write bandwidth is only two-thirds of the theoretical value, could this be a problem due to hardware malfunction? The snap of the result is attached below. PS, my SuperServer 8049U-E1CR4T has all 4 processor sockets populated, each configured with 3 memory modules. Many thanks!
  6. ( The picture of testing result can also be seen here:http://imgsrc.baidu.com/forum/w%3D580/sign=5d8024603ac79f3d8fe1e4388aa0cdbc/0eb30f2442a7d9335c2885ecac4bd11372f001a8.jpg ) This is the testing result of my 4-way AMD Opteron 6147 machine, but some people keep telling me this result is impossible, which makes me a little doubtful now! Could this be an error of Aida64, or it’s just a fact that some people refuse to believe? Looking forward to your reply! Best regards!
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