February 19th, 2006 by Keith

CPU RightMark Memory Analyzer v3.62

Posted in Site News, Utilities, Windows

CPU RightMark

CPU RightMark Memory Analyzer v3.62 has been released on February 17, 2006. This particular software is very useful and vital for measuring vital system parameters such as CPU/Chipset/RAM providing steady and reliable (reproducible) test results and allowing for changing test parameters in a wide range.

Information about low-level system characteristics include latency and real RAM bandwidth, average/minimal latency of different cache levels and its associativity, real L1-L2 cache bandwidth and TLB levels specs. Besides, these aspects have not paid sufficient attention in product technical documentation (CPU or chipset). CPU RightMark Memory Analyzer combines a good deal of subsets aimed at measuring objective system characteristics, is a must have for estimating crucial objective platform parameters.

Some of the vital information provided are:

  • CPUID info, including CPU vendor, model and core name, family, model and stepping numbers, supported instruction set extensions, cache and TLB features;
  • Chipset (Northbridge and Southbridge) vendor and model name, AGP features, installed RAM type/size, current RAM timings;
  • Memory SPD (Serial Presence Detect) info, including module type/size, manufacturer, part number, attributes and timings;

The latest release features memory timings reading/changing and memory SPD data reading on the following chipsets:

  • Intel 440, 810, 815, 830, 845, 848, 852, 855, 865, 875, 915, 925, 945 and 955 series; E7500, E7501, E7205, E7505, E7520 and E7525
  • AMD 751, 761, 762 and 8000
  • VIA VT82C597, VT82C691, VT8363, VT8601; K8T800 and K8T890 series
  • NVIDIA nForce2, nForce3, nForce4 series incl. nForce4 Intel Edition
  • ATI Radeon XPRESS200 AMD Edition

Limited experimental support is also available for:

  • VIA KT266, KM266, KN266, CLE266, KT400, PT800 and PT880 series
  • ATI Radeon XPRESS200 Intel Edition

The built-in RMMA microacrhitecture tests let you determine the most important low-level platform characteristics, which include:

  • Average and peak real RAM bandwidth;
  • L1/L2/L3 data cache size and hierarchy (inclusive/exclusive);
  • Average and minimal/maximal L1/L2/L3 data cache/RAM latency;
  • L1/L2/L3 data cache associativity;
  • L1-L2 and L2-L3 data cache bus bandwidth, data arrival delays;
  • I-ROB (instructions reorder buffer) depth;
  • L1 instructions cache size (including the “effective” size) and associativity;
  • Decode efficiency of various simple x86 (ALU/FPU/MMX) instructions;
  • D-TLB size and associativity (of each level);
  • I-TLB size and associativity (of each level).

The software can be downloaded from here [1.26MB].



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