Are There any Bottlenecks on My P.C.s ?

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My 1st pc is Pentium D 820 which is Dual Core . It has 512 KB DDR Ram (PC3200) & speed of CPU is 200Mhz x 14= 2.8 GHz . When I ran Everest Ultimate Edition on my P.C. , it gives the following information :

CPU Physical Info :
Package Type = 775 Contact LGA
Process Technology = 7M , 90 nm , CMOS , Cu , Low-K Inter-Layer , High-K Gate ,Strained Si
Core Voltage = 1.3 V
I/O Voltage = 1.3 V
Typical Power = 95 W @ 2.8 GHz
Maximum Power = 130 W @ 2.8 GHz

MotherBoard Info :

MotherBoard Name = MSI865GVM3-V ((MS-7101)
FSB Properties:
Bus Width = 64 bits
Real Clock = 200 Mhz (QDR)
Effective Clock = 800 Megahertz
Bandwidth = 6400 MB/s

Memory Bus Properties :
Bus Width = 64 bits
DRam:FSB Ratio = 1
Real Clock = 200 Mhz (DDR)
Effective Clock = 400 Megahertz
Bandwidth = 3200 MB/s

Chipset Bus Properties :
Bus Width = 8 bits
Real Clock = 67 Mhz (QDR)
Effective Clock = 267 Megahertz
Bandwidth = 267 MB/s


The 2nd P.C. is an AMD Athlon 64 X2 5200+ (Dual Core) . It has 2 GB of DDR2 Memory (PC26400) & speed of CPU is 200Mhz x 13.5 = 2.7 GHz . For the Second P.C. ,Details are as following :

CPU PhysicalInfo :

Package Type = 940 Pin uOPGA
Process Technology = 10Mi , 65 nm CMOS , Cu , DSL SOI
Core Voltage = 1.1 - 1.35 V
I/O Voltage = 1.2 V - 2.5 V
maximum Power = 65 - 76 Watts

MotherBoardName = Asus M2N68-AM SE2

FSB Properties:
Bus Type = AMD Hammer
Real Clock = 200 Mhz
Effective Clock = 200 Megahertz
HyperTransport Clock = [Trial Version ]

Memory Bus Properties :

Bus Type = DDR2 SDRam
Bus Width = 64 bits
DRam:FSB Ratio = CPU/7
Real Clock = 387 Mhz (DDR)
Effective Clock = 775 Megahertz
Bandwidth = [Trial Version ]

MotherBoard Physical Info :
CPU Sockets/slots = 1 Socket AM2+
Expansion Slots = [Trial Version ]
RAM Slots = 2 DDR2 RAM
Integrated Devices = Audio , Video , Lan
Form Factor = Micro ATX
MotherBoard Chipset = nForce7025-630a
MotherBoard Manufacturer = ASUSTek Computer Inc.

1) Are there any Bottlenecks (for speed , performance , etc ) on any of these P.C.s ? If there is any more info you need , I'd be happy to give .

2) What is the maximum physical memory that can be put on each of these p.c.s ?

3) Also , since both CPUs are x86-64 machines but since my windows is 32 bit (Windows XP Professional SP2) , aren't these machines being under-utilized ? (Although I can understand , 64-bit windows isn't very popular since getting drivers for programs can become a problem ) .

4) Upon running CPU-Z , Core Voltage shown on the Intel P.C. is 1.33 Volts as against 1.39 volts for the AMD machine . However RAM Voltage is 2.5 for Intel vs 1.8 for the AMD machine . Which machine must be consuming more power ?

5) Nero System Info says there is AWRDACPI on the machines . If ACPI is installed , why am I not given any option by Windows whereby I can make settings for Windows to automatically shut down the Printer if the Printer or Scanner is idle for say n number of minutes ?
 

Answers and Replies

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More ram! Also over clock that b**ch
 

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