Sandra's Memory Bandwidth module shows the benefits of faster data transfer, with DDR3-1866 outperforming DDR3-1333 by nearly 40%.
Sandra also demonstrates the superior latency performance of our LGA 1150-based platform compared to the embedded version, though it's unclear if the soldered-on CPU's slightly different specifications (like a smaller shared L3 cache) have an impact on timings.
The socketed platform is so much quicker that its DDR3-1600 setting significantly outpaces the embedded platform’s DDR3-1866 results, and its DDR3-1333 setting matches the embedded unit’s DDR3-1600 benchmark numbers. Since this is the same memory, does this spell doom for the embedded platform's application performance?
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- Ripjaws DDR3-1866 Low Voltage
- Ripjaws DDR3-1600 Low Voltage
- G.Skill Standard DDR3-1333
- Test Hardware And Software Configurations
- Results: SiSoftware Sandra
- Results: 3DMark
- Results: 3D Games
- Results: Adobe Creative Suite
- Results: File Compression
- Power, Efficiency, And Final Thoughts