G.Skill Trident DDR3-2500 4GB Review

PC Mark Vantage and CineBench

G.Skill Trident DDR3-2500 4GB Review

PC Mark Vantage

PC Mark has long been known as providing a very easy to use, easy to understand method of testing your systems performance for daily use without actually having to use it for days on end. Thanks to its built-in application suite and realistic method of testing you can just set it running which helps hugely for those of us who test large amount of hardware all the time. Today we can see that at all settings we get roughly similar results except in video editing in which the extra CPU overclock needed to obtain the overclocked Kingston gives us a benefit, and picture importing where the pure speed of the G.Skill wins out by quite some margin.

CineBench R11.5

As with all rendering software CineBench is largely dependant upon the CPU, however there is just enough benefit obtained from the CAS8 tweak to take home the gold.

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03-12-2010, 07:17:07

Memory speeds are rapidly increasing in the eternal power war. Today we look at the latest offering from G.Skill.

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03-12-2010, 07:35:53

Excellent stuff. Good ram this is

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03-12-2010, 17:29:53

Looks good but i think i'll stick with my Mushkin XDQuote

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