Page 1:Mainstream ready?
Page 2:Aeneon XTune AHX860UD20-16H-K-4G
Page 3:Buffalo FireStix FSI1600D3G-2G (FSI1600D3G-K4G)
Page 4:Corsair XMS3 TW3X4G1600C9DHXNV
Page 5:Kingston HyperX KHX12800D3K2/4G
Page 6:Mushkin HP3-12800 P/N 996629
Page 7:OCZ Reaper HPC OCZ3RPR16004GK
Page 8:Patriot Memory PVS34G1600LLK
Page 9:Wintec AMPX 3AXH1600C8WS4GK
Page 10:A-Data, Chaintech, and Super Talent
Page 11:Hardware Configuration
Page 12:Benchmark Settings
Page 13:Overclocking and Latency Results
Page 14:Benchmark Results: Games
Page 15:Benchmark Results: Applications
Page 16:Benchmark Results: Video and Synthetic
Mushkin HP3-12800 P/N 996629
Two things that really stand out about Mushkin’s HP3-12800 996629 dual-channel kit are its heat spreaders and latency ratings. Looking like the edge of a plastic handbook binder, the aluminum heat spreaders cover modules with 8-8-8-24 timings at 1.80 volts, DDR3-1600.
Like most performance memory, SPD values only allow motherboards to auto-detect the modules at a slower speed in order to make them stable at default voltage. Mushkin adds XMP extensions for semi-automatic switching to rated speed, voltage, and timings on XMP-enabled Intel chipset motherboards. Installers can simply chose an XMP profile from within BIOS rather than making a multitude of adjustments.
In addition to its slightly more aggressive rated timings, Mushkin tries to beat major competitors on value. We found this HP3-12800 part number 996629 kit starting at around $260 at several Web stores.
- Mainstream ready?
- Aeneon XTune AHX860UD20-16H-K-4G
- Buffalo FireStix FSI1600D3G-2G (FSI1600D3G-K4G)
- Corsair XMS3 TW3X4G1600C9DHXNV
- Kingston HyperX KHX12800D3K2/4G
- Mushkin HP3-12800 P/N 996629
- OCZ Reaper HPC OCZ3RPR16004GK
- Patriot Memory PVS34G1600LLK
- Wintec AMPX 3AXH1600C8WS4GK
- A-Data, Chaintech, and Super Talent
- Hardware Configuration
- Benchmark Settings
- Overclocking and Latency Results
- Benchmark Results: Games
- Benchmark Results: Applications
- Benchmark Results: Video and Synthetic