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Date: March 12th, 2004
Article by: Nathan Glentworth (Owner, Head Editor & Hardware Reviewer)
Product was donated by: Kingston Technology
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3DMARK 2001SE v330 BENCHMARKING


Everyone knows this DirectX 8.1 benchmark. Still to this day, it is one of the most used benchmarks worldwide.



As you can see, DDR500 does bring an overall gaming performance increase to your new system. Although the HyperX score was a little behind that found while benchmarking the Corsair TwinX PC4000 pro, the difference falls within the 3DMARK score margin of error.

 

PCMARK 2002 MEMORY BENCHMARKING


PCMark2002 is a good basic benchmarking program that output simple and easily understandable numbers to compare while tweaking your system.



PCMark2002 synthetic memory benchmarking also had the HyperX within the same range as the competing DDR500 from Corsair. But overall, you can see the difference between the low latency PC3200 memory and the PC4000 memory at 3-8-4-4 timings.

 

 


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