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For both readings we follow Intel's specifications. We're pretty sure both values are right. Did you set the Command Rate to a manual value in the BIOS Setup? Do you have another Windows software that could read the Command Rate and that shows a different value than AIDA64?

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Fiery

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For both readings we follow Intel's specifications. We're pretty sure both values are right. Did you set the Command Rate to a manual value in the BIOS Setup? Do you have another Windows software that could read the Command Rate and that shows a different value than AIDA64?

Thanks,

Fiery

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Thank you. It seems either we got an incorrect information on how to detect Command Rate on Sandy Bridge processors, or Intel XTU has a bug about Command Rate configuration. We'll do more test runs, contact Intel, and I'll get back to you in this topic once we have a development about this.

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Fiery

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We've done a few test runs on our DP67BG motherboard, and it seems no matter if we configure 1T or 2T setting for Command Rate, the system provides virtually identical memory performance in AIDA64 benchmarks. It must mean there's a BIOS bug, and the motherboard is stuck at 1T Command Rate all the time. We'll contact Intel and send them our findings.

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