Kingston LoVo 1866 Memory Review
Benchmarks Part Two
Let's move on to the 3D benchmarks and hopefully get at least something to talk about.
PC Mark Vantage
PC Mark Vantage definitely shows the consistency of this kit, with the graphs following a very predictable pattern.
3D Mark Vantage
Moving to 3D tests we'll hopefully see a little variance if only because bringing graphics into the equation always gives us more chance for the odd fluctuation.
Not here though. This Kingston is bullet-proof.
Still able to find the flaws in any setup, Warhead could be expected to show up the odd problem, but although there is a small variance in the average fps, which is what matters, the Kingston still sits atop. 2FPS from such a small speed increase is excellent.
Dirt 2, if we allow that 1fps is within tolerance, gives identical results across the board. Although it has many tweaks for the DirectX 11 API, the fact the bulk of it is designed for a console shines through.
Shift is much more pliant. Even if you did a hundred back-to-back runs with identical hardware you'd never get the same results twice. That is clear to see here with the 1600MHz LoVo having the highest minimum fps like it did in Dirt, when at 1866MHz it clearly wins, and yet when we get to the average results we have the same pattern we've seen throughout the last two pages.