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Performance difference between 133/200 MHz FSB speed?

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Anonymous
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June 23, 2005 6:39:52 AM

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Generally speaking, approximately how much performance difference
might there be between 266 MHz and 400 MHz CPU/memory speed systems?
I am thinking of upgrading from my Athlon XP 2400+ to an Athlon XP
3200+. System memory supports 200 MHz FSB. Specifically, I am trying
to improve speech recognition, which seems to be memory intensive.

Thank you.
Anonymous
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June 23, 2005 12:04:06 PM

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"John Doe" <jdoe@usenet.love.invalid> wrote...
> Generally speaking, approximately how much performance difference
> might there be between 266 MHz and 400 MHz CPU/memory speed systems?
> I am thinking of upgrading from my Athlon XP 2400+ to an Athlon XP
> 3200+. System memory supports 200 MHz FSB. Specifically, I am trying
> to improve speech recognition, which seems to be memory intensive.

If memory bandwidth is what you need, then you may want to consider an Opteron
or FX system. The hypertransport architecture gives significant performance
gains in memory bandwidth.
Anonymous
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June 23, 2005 3:18:02 PM

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In article <Xns967DDC630BAB7wisdomfolly@207.115.63.158>, John Doe
says...
> Generally speaking, approximately how much performance difference
> might there be between 266 MHz and 400 MHz CPU/memory speed systems?
> I am thinking of upgrading from my Athlon XP 2400+ to an Athlon XP
> 3200+. System memory supports 200 MHz FSB. Specifically, I am trying
> to improve speech recognition, which seems to be memory intensive.
>
> Thank you.
>
Considerable. You've got AT LEAST a 50% increase in RAM speed.

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Conor

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Anonymous
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July 7, 2005 2:42:39 AM

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Conor <conor.turton@gmail.com> wrote:
> In article <Xns967DDC630BAB7wisdomfolly@207.115.63.158>, John

>> Generally speaking, approximately how much performance
>> difference might there be between 266 MHz and 400 MHz
>> CPU/memory speed systems? I am thinking of upgrading from my
>> Athlon XP 2400+ to an Athlon XP 3200+. System memory supports
>> 200 MHz FSB. Specifically, I am trying to improve speech
>> recognition, which seems to be memory intensive.

> Considerable. You've got AT LEAST a 50% increase in RAM speed.

Replaced the Athlon XP 2400 (133/266 MHz FSB) with the Athlon XP
3000 (200/400 MHz FSB)

CPU temperature is higher

Sandra memory bandwidth test went from 3850 to 5400

WinRar Benchmark and hardware test went from 238 to 332

Apparently it did dramatically help memory bandwidth
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