Kingston Hyper X 2000MHz Review
Gaming and Vantage
3D Mark Vantage
3D Mark is teeth gnashingly inconsistent with almost every other test. Here we find the results all well within error tolerance, but not following the previous results as all three tests give around the same result.
Running the High benchmark should start to see the boost provided by the overclocked setup, and yet it doesn't. Sure the graph shows a tiny lead in the CPU test, but again they're all well within general test variances.
Need for Speed Shift
The wheel turns and the same spoke comes up. Slight variances but nothing to write home about with all of our systems at roughly the same level of performance. The Dominator GT gets the lead in the average FPS test but all of them pass the 60FPS playable score by quite a margin.
Dirt 2 finally sees our results return to those we'd expect, although it's still only the odd frame here or there.
Even Crysis Warhead, which can normally be relied upon to take up the mantle of performance hardware, but besides a serious gain at the maximum end they all once again end up around where you'd expect.