G.Skill TridentZ RGB DDR4 memory review

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Performance - Video Transcoding - 1024M Prime

1024M prime 

Let's just simply run 8-threaded 1024M of wPrime and see how performance behaves:



So going from 2133 MHz towards 3600 MHz on the memory shaved off 5.7 seconds on calculating a 1024M of Prime numbers.


At 2133 MHz the TridentZ memory remains fast as within its SPD Jedec profiles it will configure itself at 1066 MHz (x2) yet can manage a CL 15-15-15-36 setting at a command rate of just 1. Realistically, this results in bearly as much performance as 3600 MHz DDR4 at CL16. Welcome to the memory jungle :)

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