The read performance in AIDA64 is healthy for both of the built-in profiles. The 3733MHz option outperforms the 3600MHz option and competes with much faster kits. Compared to DOCP1 results, lowering the timings increased bandwidth to the tune of a few hundred MB/s, but increasing speed to 4066MHz won out with a near 950 MB/s boost.
Similar things happen with the write performance in AIDA64. Just behind the 4000MHz kits, the HyperX fury steps in and outperforms the slower ones in the chart, as it should. Lowering the timings added a little less than 300 MB/s and still falls just behind the pair of 4000MHz kits, but at 4066MHz we blew the doors off the Vengeance LPX, to the tune of 1700 MB/s!
Copy performance is nothing to scoff at either. It is only the Vengeance LPX that outperforms the FURY this time, comparing the DOCP results. Lowering the timings fell a bit short of the Vengeance, but still added 600 MB/s to either DOCP option. The more speed, the merrier, it seems, as our 4066MHz results delivered an astounding 3747 MB/s advantage over the nearest result!
When it comes to latency as set by AIDA64, we are all over the place within the chart. The first DOCP profile has us near the bottom at 84.2 ns, but the best results were had with the second DOCP option, where the latency is only 73 ns. Either attempt at overclocking left us with similar results in the low to mid 80's.
Super Pi shows a couple of things. The first one is that the DOCP 2 profile does best in this scenario, followed closely by the 4066MHz overclock. The DOCP 1 profile offers results we expected to be better, and we were a tad surprised to see the lowered timings option to be the lowest performance of the bunch.
Out of the box, on either profile, the FURY comes out swinging at the top of the chart. Between the DOCP scores is the high speed overclock results, while lowering the timings tanks the results to a place very near the 2400MHz kit results.
We like PCMark 10 for its randomness of tests and multiple workloads it applies to render a score, and here, we find the FURY delivered strange results. The DOCP 1 profile appears not to be tuned in any way for this benchmark, yet, with the 1:1:1 rule in play, DOCP 2 is strong. Overall speed did not help obtain the top of the chart, but the lower timings option did perform the best here.
Any way you want to look at it, the FURY takes second place. Only the Night Hawk was able to do better in 7-zip compression. Again, we do see the strength of the DOCP2 profile, as it beats the times for 4066MHz, lowered timings, as well as DOCP 1.
Cinebench outs the hurt on the FURY, but again DOCP 2 wins out overall. The lowered timings option is the next best solution, while DOCP 1 and the 4066MHz options are near the bottom.
When it comes to Handbrake, we are back to the top of the chart and is likely due to increased density more than anything else, but again, the second profile is the clear winner out of all of the options we had to run the FURY! There are small incremental jumps between them all, but nearly thirty seconds faster than the rest of the options in the chart, at the minimum! For those working with larger files, or more files per day, it is easy to see what the gains are at the end of a day too!
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