|CPU I (high-end dual core)||Intel Core 2 Duo E8500 (45nm, 3.16 GHz, 6 MB L2 Cache)|
|CPU II (mature single core)||Intel Pentium 4 Extreme Edition (90 nm, 3.73 GHz, 2 MB L2 Cache)|
|Intel Platform S775||Gigabyte EP35C-DS3R, Rev. 1.0|
|Intel P35||Intel P35, BIOS : F3B|
|Memory I||2x 1 GB DDR2-1111 Corsair Dominator CM2X1024-8888C4D|
|Memory II||2x 1 GB DDR3-1600 Patriot PDC32G1600LLK|
|DVD-ROM||Samsung SH-D163A , SATA150|
|Graphics Card||Gigabyte Radeon HD 3850 GV-RX385512H
GPU : 670 MHz
Memory : 512 MB DDR3 (830 MHz, 256 Bit)
|Sound Card||Creative Labs Sound Blaster X-Fi XtremeGamer|
|Power Supply||Zalman, ATX 2.01, 510 Watt|
DDR2 : Corsair Dominator CM2X1024-8888C4D
The Dominator by Corsair is considered the most sophisticated memory on the market. Not only is it offered in multiple high-end speed grades, but the cooling concept is attractive : heat created by the memory chips is dissipated through a PCB cooler, as well as from the outside of the memory chips. The Dominator DIMMs typically are low-latency modules ; in this case, they can run CL4 timings at up to DDR2-1111 speeds.
Speeds : DDR2-667/800/1066
The following screenshots list the DDR2 memory speeds and timings, which we used for this article. We start with DDR2-667 and go all the way up to DDR2-1066.
- Is Fast Memory Really Worth It?
- RAM Choices
- DDR2 Speeds
- How RAM-Sensitive Are Different CPUs?
- Test Setup
- DDR3: Patriot PDC32G1600LLK
- Motherboard: Gigabyte EP35C-DS3R
- Benchmark Results
- Audio/Video, Continued
- Applications, Continued
- Synthetic Benchmarks
- Synthetic Benchmarks, Continued