Page 1:Complementing Core i7-3000 With Quad-Channel DDR3
Page 2:Corsair Dominator GT CMGTX8
Page 3:G.Skill RipjawsZ F3-19200CL9Q-16GBZHD
Page 4:Geil Evo Corsa GOC316GB2133C9AQC
Page 5:Mushkin Redline 993997
Page 6:Test Setup And Benchmarks
Page 7:Overclocking And Under-Latency Results
Page 8:DDR3-1600 Memory Performance
Page 9:DDR3-1866 Memory Performance
Page 10:DDR3-2133 Memory Performance
Page 11:Whose Quad-Channel Memory Kit Is The Best?
DDR3-1600 Memory Performance
One way to boost the overclocking capability of memory is to give it slower secondary and, if possible, tertiary timings. We’d hope that wouldn’t hurt performance at lower data rates but, well…
Not interested in causing any panic, we went on to test the gaming performance of each module set. The slowest set in Sandra takes second-place here. Clearly, this platform isn't starved for memory bandwidth, else we'd see a closer correlation between the two sets of tests.
Similarly, Corsair ends up in a five-way tie that includes the reference DDR3-1600 CAS 9, with the lowest-latency G.Skill RAM squeaking ahead by a few milliseconds in 3ds Max.
- Complementing Core i7-3000 With Quad-Channel DDR3
- Corsair Dominator GT CMGTX8
- G.Skill RipjawsZ F3-19200CL9Q-16GBZHD
- Geil Evo Corsa GOC316GB2133C9AQC
- Mushkin Redline 993997
- Test Setup And Benchmarks
- Overclocking And Under-Latency Results
- DDR3-1600 Memory Performance
- DDR3-1866 Memory Performance
- DDR3-2133 Memory Performance
- Whose Quad-Channel Memory Kit Is The Best?