Aeneon Xtune DDR3-1866 (PC3-15000) 4GB DDR3 Kit

Synthetic Results

Everest
 
Everest is an information & diagnostic utility complete with a benchmark utility suitable for testing the read, write and latency performance of the memory subsystem. Each of these benchmarks were performed a total of 5 times, with the highest and lowest scores being discarded and an average calculated from the remaining 3.
 
 
 
 
SuperPI
 
SuperPI is the benchmark of choice for many overclockers. It's lightweight to download and can give a quick indication on how good a system is at number crunching. Once again, testing was performed a total of 5 times, with an average being calculated from the middle three results.
 
 
 
 
Result Observations
 
As expected, both of the overclocked settings offer significant bandwidth, latency and SuperPI time improvements over the stock DDR3-1866 setting. Comparing these results to the recently reviewed Corsair XMS3 kit, we can see that the Aeneon Xtune kit even gives the Corsair kit a run for its money while running at DDR3-2000 / 9-9-9-28.
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20-10-2008, 07:59:36

JN
"Low voltage and high performance is the name of the game with Aeneon's latest Xtune DDR3 kit."

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Aeneon Xtune DDR3-1866 (PC3-15000) 4GB DDR3 Kit

20-10-2008, 08:57:43

Rastalovich
Decent memory, not had any of that b4.

I`d kinda liken buying a 2x kit to put in a 3x array `as` equiv to putting a single stick in a 2x array.

So.. with the emphasis of working 1.5v+ for an i7 setup, why sell it as a 2x ? Of course u can buy another stick.. but with all the unquantified differences, ur timings will require the massaging. And not being a kit, performance or compatability not guaranteed.

It`s always greater to have less voltage to work ur ddr3 in a 4 series mobo, as I`m almost sure all the "good" ones have a tremendous range of vdimm. So on the one hand u cut the voltage req to allow i7, and sell as a pair for non i7.

Could well be ofc, that moving forward, it`s just the case that all newer ddr3 they, and others, produce will be ~1.5v as standard.

Nice review, nice sticks.

20-10-2008, 09:23:26

FarFarAway
Nice review as per usual Jimbo. Any idea at all on pricing? I really wouldn't mind cutting over to DDR3 right now if it's not too dear.

20-10-2008, 12:41:30

usman.zx10
Kempez you are right the DDR3 prices are falling and are now justifible to upgrade to and their timings are getting tighter also. Soon I might make the jump, we will see.

20-10-2008, 12:42:08

usman.zx10
but the timings on this particular kit reviewed are lackluster at best. 10-10-10.. meh, ill pass
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