DDR3 Accelerates: DDR3-1800 SDRAM Roundup. Page 8
[11/06/2007 05:48 PM | Memory]
by Ilya Gavrichenkov
Overclocker DDR3 SDRAM continues to become faster. For our today’s roundup we managed to collect memory kits from Corsair, OCZ and Super Talent that can work at 1800MHz and higher frequencies. Let’s take a closer look at them and find out if they will be able to win this duel against DDR2 solutions.
SuperPi and PCMark Vantage
SuperPi and PCMark Vantage benchmarks so popular among computer enthusiasts give all the laurels to DDR3 SDRAM working at 1800MHz and 1500MHz frequencies. As we see, this memory can easily compete with any DDR2 SDRAM kit out there. However, please remember, that we had to overclock our test platform significantly and use high-performance expensive DDR3 memory kits for overclockers. If we compare the results obtained with simpler solutions, such as DDR2-900 and DDR3-1333, the leadership will remain in the hands of the older technology offering more aggressive lower latencies.
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