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Today I go through four separate benchmarks at 1600MHZ, 2133MHZ, 2666MHZ and 3333MHZ on my 4x8gb 32GB kit of G.Skill Sniper X Memory. Ryzen architecture benefits heavily from faster memory and so I wanted to test the amount of which it improves performance. Cinebench R15 saw a linear increase in scores as we increase memory speeds (because it is a synthetic test). in Davinci Resolve 5 minute render test we saw a large increase from 1600MHZ to 2133MHZ, but after that It began to taper off. in both of our gaming benchmarks the memory speed did not seem to make much of a difference until we switched up to the vega 64 and the system became CPU bottlenecked and now the system benefited the most from faster memory speeds for kicking out high amounts of frames per second. moral of the story, know what you need and what you want and how much you are willing to pay for it. enjoy!
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2016 Ford Focus ST – Daily Driver – Track Car
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