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DDR-400 Dual Channel Memory Roundup - Part 1 - Benchmarks - Synthetic Gaming

Dual Channel, Dual Channel, Dual Channel - it is one of the key buzzwords taking the IT industry by storm at the moment courtesy of chipsets from nVidia and Intel. Which Dual Channel branded memory kit do you choose? Do you even need actual branded Dual Channel memory? Which overclocks the fastest? Shawn "Toxic" Baker answers all these questions in this 20-page monster roundup comparing memory from Crucial, Mushkin, Kingmax, TwinMOS, Buffalo and Corsair!

| Editorials in RAM | Posted: Jun 22, 2003 4:00 am



Gunmetal by Yeti Studies is the latest benchmarking application to make its way into the TweakTown tests, being based on the actual game it makes it perfect for testing actual real world performance instead of synthetic tests like 3DMark. Using a host of Direct X 9 features, it is perfect for stress testing the latest in computer hardware.


- Gunmetal Test 1



The difference between the top four modules is an insignificant .02 average but we do see them pull away from the Buffalo and TwinMOS modules.


- Gunmetal Test 2



Like the previous test, we have four modules together with such a close score with a slight lead over Buffalo and TwinMOS.


Vulpine GLMark 1.1p


Vulpine GL mark is a Windows based OpenGL API designed to stress the OpenGL systems of a 3D Accelerator. Patch 1.1p adds in support for ATI Radeon 9800's fast 256bit memory interface optimisations and early support for the nVidia Geforce FX.



Mushkin take the lead with Crucial and Kingmax not too far behind.


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