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Date: January 11th, 2007
Edited by: Nathan Glentworth (Owner / Head Editor)
Product was submitted by: Super Talent
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3DMARK06 (Build 1.1.0) BENCHMARKING


Everyone knows this DirectX 9 benchmark. Still to this day, it is one of the most used benchmarks worldwide.



What's impressive is right off the bat, we are seeing a performance increase here. Some of this can be attributed to the higher bus speed the board scales to in order to support this ram. None the less, a performance increase from upgrading components is what we are all after isn't it?

 

PCMARK 2005 MEMORY BENCHMARKING


PCMark2005 is a good basic benchmarking program that output simple and easily understandable numbers to compare while tweaking your system.


 

 

 

 


A large bandwidth increase is displayed here, this is a very measureable increase in performance. This indicates that DDR3 at 1800MHz is beginning to show performance leads over its DDR2 1066 counterparts. That makes this Super Talent kit a worthy investment for enthusiasts seeking the fastest performance bar none.

 

SISOFT SANDRA 2008.1.12.30 PRO MEMORY BANDWIDTH BENCHMARK



Again the Super Talent puts up a large performance increase. The Kit is looking like a strong option as an enthusiast level memory kit.

 

 


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