Iwill XP-333-R ver 2.1 Driver
I checked Alpha's compatability list, but the IWill XPR is not listed in either As long as you get version of the IWill XP, it will TROUBLES! While we were a little bit disappointed, they quickly pointed out that they would be pushing the XPR, the board that uses the new version of. The best solution provider for high-end PCs, Iwill is a professional motherboard manufacturer. Iwill always insists on using the latest technology.
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Iwill XP-333-R ver 2.1 Driver
Iwill XPR - VIA KTA Motherboard Roundup - January
However, on the XPR choosing any other multiplier other than the default stopped the board from booting so the unlock made little difference. It's a MB single-sided module and clocks high.
On the software side we are using the latest Sandra build comparable numbers to previous versions and the addition of Serious Sam: The Second Encounter Demo to the benchmarking mix. It's easy to run the numbers on Serious Sam and Iwill XP-333-R ver 2.1 a very pretty benchmark as well as being an excellent overall system test so we've added it.
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As far as running the benchmarks on the board went and overclocking it, everything was fine bar one thing. A possible incompatibility with my PC module perhaps.
This means that any module claiming to be PC or DDR isn't Iwill XP-333-R ver 2.1 supported since the standard doesn't officially exist yet. This may be the cause for our little hiccup since the BIOS may not know about the Samsung memory on the module. A shame since it's one of the selling points of the chipset and board.
The means that the results you will see are from 2 performance points. The CPU was happy to run at 1. So, first up we'll look at 3DMark performance.
We'll switch to 3DMark SE in due course but since scores are comparable we'll use the older version in this review. We break the minimum that we like pretty easily here, even on the comparatively slow XP processor. The reason for this is the comparatively poor memory bandwidth performance from the Iwill XP-333-R ver 2.1 chipset. We'll see proof of that later. However it's not a bad score. Anything over without doing anything to the system indicates good performance.
The overclocked result at MHz FSB is poor given the potential throughput of the memory controller at that speed, however all is not well on the memory side Iwill XP-333-R ver 2.1 things on this board using the test memory module as we'll see next with the Sandra results.
I-Will XPR Queries - Motherboards - Tom's Hardware
We'll skip the CPU benchmarks in this review since they don't show anything of note other than the CPU working correctly. The memory benchmark from Sandra is very interesting however. Take a look at Iwill XP-333-R ver 2.1 following cropped selection from the Sandra Memory Bandwidth benchmark. Here you can see that Sandra thinks the controller is being run at MHz.
I triple checked that the front side bus and therefore memory controller was set to MHz and each time it was. The following graph shows the results from the benchmark.
A double glance at the graph will show you what's wrong. I didn't get them back to front either! The performance at MHz front side bus and memory clock took a massive nose dive underneath even the MHz numbers and on this board and this memory module is entirely reproducable.
An incompatibility with the Samsumg module I was using is most likely and something to look out for. Other websites reviewing this board and using Crucial modules Micron chips do much better and an OcUK forum member hi Bigsy!