Team Group Vulcan Z DDR4 3200 MHz 2x 8GB review

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Performance: 3D Mark FireStrike and Time Spy

Performance: 3D Mark FireStrike and Time Spy

In terms of gaming, we’ll start with synthetic graphics benchmarks. 3D Mark is a commonly used test suite, so it’s also easier to compare the results. FireStrike is a DirectX 11 benchmark, whereas Time Spy was designed for high-performance gaming PCs using DX12. In a synthetic benchmark, it doesn’t look impressive when you compare memory modules operating at different frequencies. 


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