AIDA32 and Cachemem
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AIDA32 has become a more reliable synthetic benchmark for testing platforms and processor as many memory manufacturers have switched to using this software. It gives a simple Read/Write result for memory systems, and in this case, we see the default DDR333 Opteron and the Intel P4 at DDR400 are about on part, but as soon as we increase the Opteron to DDR400, the Opteron runs away with the results.
Cachemem results show an advantage to the Opteron in Write scores at DDR333 but, when running at a faster core speed, the Opteron is able to beat the theoretical marks of the P4 running at 3.2 GHz.