OCZ FlexXLC Edition PC2-9200 (1150mhz) 2GB DDR2 Kit

Sisoft Sandra, Everest & SuperPI

Application Test Results

Sisoft Sandra

Sisoft Sandra is a synthetic benchmark utility capable of reporting and benchmarking a wide range of system components. For the OCZ FlexXLC memory we run both the Memory Bandwidth and Memory Latency benchmarks 3 times to ensure accuracy of results.

OCZ FlexXLC PC2-9200 Sisoft Sandra OCZ FlexXLC PC2-9200 Sisoft Sandra


Everest

Everest is in many ways similar to Sisoft Sandra. Focusing mainly on Software and Hardware information reporting, Everest also comes with a benchmark utility suitable for testing the read, write and latency performance of the memory subsystem.

OCZ FlexXLC PC2-9200 Everest OCZ FlexXLC PC2-9200 Everest


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.

OCZ FlexXLC PC2-9200 SuperPI OCZ FlexXLC PC2-9200 SuperPI


Result Observations


Through the application benchmark testing, the OCZ FlexXLC PC2-9200 kit performed marginally better than its Kingston rival. In most cases the margin was fairly insignificant, but in tests such as Sisoft Sandra and Everest we observed between 50-100mb/s advantages in read performance.
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Most Recent Comments

04-07-2007, 09:22:27

JN
"Looking for some water cooled ram but don't like the look of those tacky after-market heatspreaders? OCZ may well be the answer to your prayers with their lineup of hybrid water/air cooled FlexXLC modules."

http://www.overclock3d.net/gfx/artic...202050572s.jpg

Linkage

04-07-2007, 09:30:51

Ham
Nice job jimbo. Good set too.

04-07-2007, 09:53:40

FarFarAway
Sexy RAM

04-07-2007, 10:43:04

Rastalovich
Nice, surprized about the price, thought it`d be a bit more. $236 @ NewEgg.

I won`t admit to seeing a pic of these b4 and thinking the water things were somekind of screw-down efforts >.<

oops

04-07-2007, 16:53:21

Mr. Smith
Water cooled RAM and you never tested it under water :eh:



Now I'm left wondering what they could have done. Nice sticks though.

04-07-2007, 19:54:08

Allsorts
That's a nice o/c you managed there. I don't think I've seen a good comparison between passive/air/water cooling the RAM so it would have been interesting to see if there was much of an o/c difference.

05-07-2007, 01:20:24

JN
Quote:
Originally Posted by name='Allsorts'
That's a nice o/c you managed there. I don't think I've seen a good comparison between passive/air/water cooling the RAM so it would have been interesting to see if there was much of an o/c difference.
From what I've read at other sites there's little to no difference in OC potential. The heatspreaders already do an amazing job of keeping the modules cool - and I actually found out today that OCZ used thermal adhesive to bond the spreaders to the modules

11-07-2007, 10:44:43

Arramond
ooo i've got 4gb of these in my new rig I didn't realise they were this good I think I will do a bit of playing as I have them water cooled too.

11-07-2007, 10:49:53

Rastalovich
What if u had a tubing, with a tap, just looping the memory, filled with something like mineral oil ?
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