Scrap that idea!! It takes too long and my results on the second test did vary. Argh, I lost the 2nd test results, doesn't matter. Here's what I think might work better.I have MemTest86 on a bootable flash drive. I am thinking of letting MemTest86 run through one cycle of the ten or twelve different memory tests and check to see how long it takes to complete one cycle of tests. If I recall correctly it provides the total time it took to run the tests. I will give it a try and post results.
Back from documenting/logging my build while the details were still fresh. I am less busy now and finding time to get back to these memory timing issues. Thanks for your patience and help.Hmm. I'm using 2x16Gb (2666MHz CL19, the v-color ones mentioned earlier in this thread). These are dual-rank; I wonder if that has anything to do it. What do you get for read speed/write speed if you use the default settings (no overclocking)? We could also try the Cache and Memory benchmark in Aida64 (I get read speed of 39GB/s).