Synthetic: AIDA32 and Cachemem

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AMD Athlon 64 3400+ and 3000+ Processor Review - Processors  29

AMD Athlon 64 3400+ and 3000+ Processor Review - Processors  30

In the AIDA32 test, all three Athlon 64 processors are showing about 3 GB/s transfer in the read segment and 1.3 GB/s on the write segment. The Athlon XP is just a bit behind, as it is running on dual-channel memory platform. The P4 on a similar dual-channel board is running much faster due to the higher FSB.
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