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  • Angelo
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    Even match pair ram will *not* work perfectly in every MB. Most if not all DDR2 I read about needs voltage boosting to get them running correctly and stable. BIOS updates fix a lot of compatibility issues with different makes of DDR2.

    For Intel systems, memory speeds have little effect with over all system performance unless you run memory bench-tests all day long. So I doubt Interleaved and Non-Interleaved are going to have a BIG impact on performance when Disks are in the milliseconds.

    It's great that you are getting that performance level with Speed Encoder!

    ...Angelo

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  • GrassValley_BH
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    That's why I usually end up with 4GB (4 x 1GB)...

    Boards tend to be tempermental about RAM placement. RAM is unfortunately not as simple as we're all led to believe.

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  • Rusty
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    Originally I had 1GB sticks in slots 0 and 2 (interleaved), Edius worked fine, but Speed Encoder crashed miserably. Sometimes taking Edius down with it.

    Same RAM in slots 0 and 1 is the only change, never a single stick.

    Rusty

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  • GrassValley_BH
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    RAM interleaving requires RAM banks be paired.
    This is in addition to any pairing of sticks in order to achieve the proper bit-width.

    Essentially, you need an even number of populated banks. If you don't, then it'll work quite slowly, if it works at all.

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  • Rusty
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    Nice things about Speed Encoder

    Okay,

    I've said some rather, well, not so great things about Speed Encoder in the past, but maybe I will eat my hat while I remove my foot from my proverbial mouth.

    Yesterday I changed my RAM from interleaved to non-interleaved and in initial tests things seem to be okay! HDV projects render to .mt2 faster than RT!

    Anybody else experimented with interleaved RAM?

    Rusty
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