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?
DDR3-1866 Memory Performance
We’ve seen that Sandra Memory Bandwidth doesn’t always reflect the performance differences found in real-world applications, but we’re still a little unsettled to find the 8 GB kit so far behind its 16 GB rivals at DDR3-1866. We're left to wonder how much module organization counts here.
Fortunately for Corsair, we again see that Sandra’s numbers aren’t reflected in real-world benchmarks. The other side of that coin is a realization that faster memory data rates simply do not translate to better performance. Desktop-class applications just don't tax a throughput-heavy quad-channel memory controller.
- 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?