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ASUS A8N32-SLI Overclocking with Corsair and OCZ

By: Shawn Baker | Editorials in Motherboards | Posted: Jan 4, 2006 5:00 am

Far Cry

 

Version and / or Patch Used: 1.3

 

Timedemo or Level Used: PC Games Hardware Demo

 

Developer Homepage: http://www.crytek.com

 

Product Homepage: http://www.farcrygame.com

 

Buy It Here

 

 

There is no denying that Far Cry is currently one of the most graphic intensive games on the market, utilizing PS2.0 technology (the latest versions support Shader Model 3.0 with DX9c) and offering an exceptional visual experience there is no denying that even some of the faster graphics cards struggle.

 

 

Moving to a game that is very CPU limited we can see at the lower resolution the tighter yet slower clocked Corsair modules are slightly faster then the OCZ.

 

We also see even though the FSB is lower on the Corsair at maximum overclock it still wins out against the OCZ. When we move to the higher resolution, the performance simply moves between the FSB adjustments with it scoring as expected - the lower clocked Corsair being slower and the OCZ with its 263MHz FSB coming out on top.

Corsair Memory XMS3500 ProSeries 2 x 1 GB PC3500 DDR RAM (TWINX20483500LLPRO)

 

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