Here are some more random benchmark number that you can check out.
First up is the CPU-Z 1.38 SPD tab showing the part number of the module that we tested.
Using Evereste Ultimate 2006 we were able to nearly reach a Write speed of 8,000 MB/Sec with the memory running at 1313MHz according to Everest.
The Latency score on Evereste Ultimate 2006 was also impressive as it was 49.6ns with 5-5-5-18 2T timings.
Just for fun we ran Futuremark 3dMark01 and was able to reach 56,421 3DMarks on a Core 2 Duo E6300 thanks to the overclock and pair of 8800GTX graphics cards running in SLI.
We tried to run some Sisoft Sandra scores on the test system, but the numbers were not consistant. One of the better memory scores from the memory bandwidth test is shown above, but it seems Sandra doesn’t like the NVIDIA 680i SLI chipset too much.