Kingston Hyper-X 2133MHz Dual Channel Review

Sandra and wPrime

Kingston Hyper-X 2133MHz Dual Channel Review

SiSoft Sandra

Memory Bandwidth

Consistency is definitely the watchword here. Both the float and integer tests returned identical results at Kingston's settings and even with our overclock there was only a little variance to be seen.


Cache and Memory Bandwidth

If there is one thing that we expected to see from our overclock it's huge bandwidth. Sure enough despite dual-channel kits having less bandwidth than triple-channels, the Hyper-X T1 has incredible amounts. Nearly 90GB/s.

Oddly enough that isn't the most impressive thing. After all we'd expect memory running just shy of 2.5GHz to have enormous bandwidth. What makes us stop and take notice is how much is available at stock settings.

wPrime 95

Finally a little wPrime. Given that the CPU is the same speed in both runs (bar the odd MHz here and there), to get an improvement purely from memory is great stuff.

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09-09-2010, 19:07:19

Having recently taken the World record for memory overclock speed we had to take a look at the Hyper-X Dual-Channel ourselves

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