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TwinMOS Twister DDR-500 Memory - Benchmarks - Real World Gaming

TwinMOS have been producing their Twister DDR-500 memory for around about a year now. Today we are checking out their still current flagship Dual Channel PC4000 memory modules and comparing performance in a range of different processor and memory speeds. Let's enter the storm and find out a little more!

| DDR Memory in RAM | Posted: May 25, 2004 4:00 am
TweakTown Rating: 7.5%      Manufacturer: TwinMOS

Quake 3

 

Quake III Arena is a real-world OpenGL benchmark that we have been using here at TweakTown for quite a while now because it has proven itself to be one of the best gaming benchmarks around to compare a wide range of different products. Quake III is getting very old, but is still one of the best ways of testing video and PC systems for any instabilities and best performance.

 

 

 

The scores were actually their highest when the FSB and the memory were running 1:1 with each other at 200MHz.

 

Unreal Tournament 2003

 

Unreal Tournament 2003 continues the success that Unreal Tournament generated as an online game and benchmark. UT2003 pulls all of its weight onto the 3D and memory subsystems, pushing graphics reality to the maximum is its game, and you need some serious power to gain playable scores with this game.

 

 

 

Here we see the same picture as we have had across the other tests. It's obvious that all the games start performing better when CPU speeds are raised.

 

 

 

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