Office and Productivity
Adobe Creative Cloud
Memory speeds above DDR4-3000 perform up over five percent faster than standard DDR4-2133 in Adobe's Creative Cloud test suite. The DDR4-3200 C14 and DDR4-3200 C16 configurations provide a performance increase of 5.03 percent and 5.58 percent, respectively.
Memory speed has a minimal impact on video conferencing, since the difference between the best and worst result is less than two percent. Workloads such as photo editing and spreadsheets receive a performance increase of 3.87 percent and 4.06 percent, respectively with the DDR4-3466 C16 configuration. Lastly, DDR4-3200 C14 and DDR4-2800 C14 perform the best in writing and application start-up scenarios, respectively.
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