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Yes, it's normal on Sandy Bridge-E and Sandy Bridge-EN/EP processors. We use a wide scanning range for the memory latency benchmark on those processors to make sure we can "hit" on the best latency score with all possible memory configurations (single-channel, dual-channel, triple-channel, quad-channel).

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It's still under development. We wanted to roll it out before xmas, but it wasn't perfect, so we had to postpone it until it gets more mature and provide more stable results. Let's hope we can release the new memory benchmarks sometime in Q1 2013.

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The new memory bandwidth benchmarks will be multi-threaded, and feature some state-of-the-art tricks as well.  They are still not ready yet, they are not mature enough.  We need to have 100% confidence in them to switch from the old (and very reliable, very mature) set of memory benchmarks.

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