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

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

 

- Gunmetal Test 1

 

 

All bunched up here with the slightly lower clocked modules creeping to the back.

 

- Gunmetal Test 2

 

 

Like Test 1, all brands are bunched together with the lower clocked just behind and the higher clocked just in front.

 

Vulpine GL Mark

 

 

All the modules broke 100 average FPS and Crucial continued on to break 110 and take the lead with again the lower clocked modules only slightly behind thanks to their excellent chip designs.

 

Code Creatures

 

- Code Creatures - Water Section

 

 

In this test we see that there is absolutely nothing in it and we see that the results are more graphics card based than FSB.

 

- Code Creatures - Grass Section

 

 

The difference between all the modules is a very low .1 fps and we see that we are limited by the graphics card more than anything else.

 

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