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HyperX Savage 2666MHz 32GB Memory Review


HyperX Savage 2666MHz 32GB Testing:

PCMark 8: With this benchmark, I will be running the Home and Creative suites. The measurement for the both test suites will be the total score.



Geekbench 3 provides a comprehensive set of benchmarks engineered to quickly and accurately measure processor and memory performance. Designed to make benchmarks easy to run and easy to understand, Geekbench takes the guesswork out of producing robust and reliable benchmark results.



Hyper Pi is a multi threaded program designed to calculate Pi up to the 32nd millionth digit after the decimal and is used as both a benchmarking utility and simple stress test to check your overclock before moving forward with more rigorous testing. The world records for this benchmark utility are hotly contested.



SiSoftware Sandra 2014: In this program, I will be running the following benchmarks: Memory Bandwidth and Transactional Memory Throughput. Higher score are better in the Bandwidth test while lower scores are better in the transactional memory test.



X.265 Benchmark: This benchmark is used to measure the time it takes to encode a 1080p or 4K video file into the x.265 format. The default 1080p benchmark is used with an average of all four tests on each pass taken as the result.



AIDA64 Extreme Edition is a software utility designed to be used for hardware diagnosis and benchmarking. I will be using the Cache and Memory benchmark to test each module’s read, write, and copy bandwidth, as well as the latency test.



Looking at the results in these tests, the fact that the HyperX Savage modules come with the lowest clock speed rating of 2666MHz and still hold their own in these benchmarks is surprising. The one test where the margin of difference between the highest and lowest speed rated kits did not pan out to a performance advantage was the X.265 tests. Overclocking was not going to impact performance positively in this test, as you might expect, when you look at the 3400MHz kits results at stock speeds. Overclocking the modules does deliver a performance gain in the rest of the tests even with the looser primary timings at 3100MHz.

  1. HyperX Savage 2666MHz 32GB: Introduction & Closer Look
  2. HyperX Savage 2666MHz 32GB: Specifications & Features
  3. HyperX Savage 2666MHz 32GB Testing: Setup & Overclocking
  4. HyperX Savage 2666MHz 32GB Testing: Synthetic & Real World Tests
  5. HyperX Savage 2666MHz 32GB Testing: Gaming
  6. HyperX Savage 2666MHz 32GB: Conclusion
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