Silicon Power XPOWER Zenith RGB DDR5 5600 32GB review

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Hardware and Software used, lighting, temperatures

Hardware and Software used, lighting, temperatures

Mainboards

  • Asrock X670E Steel Legend
  • Asus ROG Maximus Z790 Hero

Processor

  • AMD Ryzen 9 7900X
  • Intel Core i9-13900K 

 Graphics Cards

  • Inno3D GeForce RTX 4090 iChill X3

Memory

  • Silicon Power XPOWER Zenith RGB 2 x 16 GB DDR5 5600 MHz CL40

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CPU cooler

  • Deepcool AS500
  • Thermalright Frozen Notte 360 Black ARGB

Power Supply Unit

  • Asus ROG Thor II 1000W Platinum
  • Seasonic Prime TX-1300W

Mass storage

  • Samsung 970 Evo 1 TB

Monitor

  • AOC CU34G2X up to 3440 x 1440

OS related Software

  • Windows 10 (latest patches & updates installed) 
  • DirectX 9/10/11/12 latest End-User Runtime  (Download)
  • Nvidia GeForce driver latest (Download)

In the practical part, we ran the games at FullHD (1920 x 1080) resolution to avoid a bottleneck caused by the VGA, but we’ve also checked the 1440p. We used RTSS to measure the number of frames per second (average fps). The results presented in the graphs are the averages of the values obtained in 3 runs. Later in the article, we will show you this setup running at 5600 MHz (and overclocked, which involved tuning the timings). Now, for the last thing on this page. Thermal performance was measured with a pyrometer and a FLIR.    


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We ran HCI Design MemTest  6.0 for 15 minutes. The memory kit was operating with XMP activated. The temperature was about 30° Celsius in idle mode. It reached ~55° Celcius during the load, so not-so-low for such a frequency DDR5 kit. At the testing time, the room temperature was about 22° Celsius. It would help if you remembered that the temps should be lower with an air CPU cooler than a (typical) AIO (without the VRM fan).

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