Page 1:Breaking The Sound Barrier: The Pentium 4 With A 1 GHz FSB And DDR500
Page 2:FSB Overclocking: Synchronous Only, Please!
Page 3:Kingston HyperX KHX4000K2
Page 4:OCZ Technology PC4000 Dual Channel Gold
Page 5:Test Setup
Page 6:Benchmark Results
Page 8:Xmpeg 4.5 & Divx 5.02
Page 9:Archiving: WinRAR 3.11
Page 10:SPECviewperf 7.1
Page 11:Sysmark 2002
Page 12:Conclusion: Speed Is King
OCZ Technology PC4000 Dual Channel Gold
The third producer in this test is OCZ Technologies, which also sells paired and matched modules. The fastest timings at 500 MHz are 2.5-3-4-7- about the same as the competition. OCZ can maintain these timings in dual-channel mode, however. That's certainly worth three cheers.
The configuration failed to produce any clear gains, however, with the difference hovering just above the bounds of an accurate measurement.
Buyers beware: Only the modules labeled "Gold" support these maximum timings. If you're not too much of a stickler, normal PC4000 DIMMs are a good choice - they operate at a max 500 MHz with 3-4-4-8.
- Breaking The Sound Barrier: The Pentium 4 With A 1 GHz FSB And DDR500
- FSB Overclocking: Synchronous Only, Please!
- Kingston HyperX KHX4000K2
- OCZ Technology PC4000 Dual Channel Gold
- Test Setup
- Benchmark Results
- Xmpeg 4.5 & Divx 5.02
- Archiving: WinRAR 3.11
- SPECviewperf 7.1
- Sysmark 2002
- Conclusion: Speed Is King