Low Sandra memory scores, how do I use uarts programs?
I am not to good at this sort of thing, using dos programs. So if someone could walk me through setting up uarts programs for my setup that would be wonderful! I have a DFI K6BV3+/66 with a K6-3+ 450@600. Sandra reports memory at 142/151 right after boot. I think this MB sees the L1, L2 and L3 cache but I cannot be so sure. I sure would like a program that could tell me for sure.
D/L the prog Ctcm17a.zip from this site & run it from PURE DOS:
Plus, I wouldn't be too concerned about Sandra "scores" if everything is working properly.
[This message has been edited by BFlurie (edited 12-03-2000).]
the memory is just about right for a SS7 system I'm getting 120's/ 140's with a P5A what do your CPU and MM marks look like ?
CPU is 1471/747 and MM is 1472/2168 but I was also thinking that my other computer with a K6-3 also could use some help from these dos programs. It is a 400@450...CPU is 1085/546, Mem is 113/120, and MM is 1077/1586. Also it looks like the system is not using the L3 cache on the MB even though the CPU is identified correctly. Maybe I'm wrong about this I'm not sure. One other thing, would the sandra score be higher if I had more ram.
those figures look good for what you have I dont see any thing really bad there.
you can try some of those programs you never know they might help ? you never know till ya try.
if you what to check out some really bad scores go here http://www.comppwizz.com/Problem.htm
you can also check out the rest of my site there are some other sandra scores posted
bflurie hit the nail on the head, if everything is running properly, and doesn't seem slow for your configuration(don't expect P3 1ghz performance obviously), then don't worry about it. Numbers don't mean anything, real world performance does. Just like in real life...talk is cheap, and numbers are talk.
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