Patriot PDC32G1866LLK PC3-15000 2GB DDR3 Kit

Compression & Encoding Results


ViMark is the latest addition to the OC3D testing process and a relatively new benchmarking application in general. Designed to take the inaccuracies and guesswork out of measuring the time taken to encode video files, ViMark produces easily comparable and consistent results for encoding Windows Media, Quicktime, AVI and Gif files.

ViMark - Windows Media

ViMark - Apple Quicktime

ViMark - AVI

ViMark - GIF


7-Zip is an open source winzip-style file compression utility that has the ability to compress and decompress many file formats including it's own .7z compression scheme. 7-Zip also comes complete with its own benchmarking utility for gauging the compression and decompression speed of the system that it is installed on.
7-Zip - Compression

7-Zip - Decompression
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Most Recent Comments

22-11-2007, 08:43:29

"Looking for some extremely fast DDR3? We check out the Patriot Extreme Performance PC3-15000 kit to see if it fits the bill."

Patriot PDP32G1866LLK ReviewQuote

22-11-2007, 09:19:32

Shame really. They could have been onto a real winner.

They given a response yet?Quote

22-11-2007, 09:57:56

thats really quite pathetic that they couldnt even do what it said on the tin (well, plastic thing )Quote

22-11-2007, 10:20:48

Hopefully Patriot will get back to you and swap out the sticks for another pair to test. Patriot doesn't seem like they'd BS their claimed speeds by as much as these differed.Quote

22-11-2007, 10:25:38

board limitation, not ramQuote

22-11-2007, 10:28:57

Originally Posted by name='Pyr0'
board limitation, not ram
Are you sure about that? They tried with three different motherboards.Quote

22-11-2007, 10:33:06

Originally Posted by name='Pyr0'
board limitation, not ram
Afraid not. The OCZ kit runs up to almost DDR3-2000 on the same board. I literally swapped the kits over without changing any settings to eliminate that as a possible issue.Quote

22-11-2007, 12:08:46

sorry, was meant to be a question, but i couldn't edit my post with a "?"Quote

24-11-2007, 02:34:13

Originally Posted by name='Pyr0'
board limitation, not ram ? ()
Funny u posted that. I was thinking about the Q6600 vS mobo, and what results an AMD cpu and `whatever ddr3 board` would make of it. Memory results alone u understand.

Something is holding something back by the looks of things. Feedback would answer some questions.Quote

24-11-2007, 12:21:46

couple more questions

What is the max (stable) FSB for that Q6600?

What performance level were the tests completed at in the end?

And how much voltage did you try on the NB?

I found I ran out of NB voltage rather quickly on the P5K3 when testing some Ballistix... been thinking about trying a voltmod ever since lol (or buying/trying X38 or X48)

Here's some Ballistix at 2000 just for ref. (unstable)Quote

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