Kingston HyperX DDR3 2400 and DDR3 1600 LoVo Review

7. Cinebench9. Left 4 Dead 2


Adobe Media Encoder

Our Media Encoding test uses the latest CS4 software from Adobe. This software accesses all of the cores available on our processors and is therefore an ideal application for media enthusiasts. To test performance we run a 1920×1080 file (custom recording) through the encoder set to 1080p 24 HQ using the H.264 Blu-Ray codec within the application.



Adobe Media Encoder - Benchmark Results


Following a similar trend to the other results in our test we see the DDR3-2400 based system performing very well. The LoVo based system continues to perform well in comparison with our baseline 1.65v DDR3 modules.

Leave a Reply

Related posts

Crucial Ballistix Sport DDR4-2400 Review

Crucial Ballistix Sport DDR4-2400 Review

Today we take a look at some performance memory for X99 in our Crucial Ballistix Sport DDR4-2400 Review.

Corsair, Crucial and G.Skill DDR4 Review (Intel Core i7-5960X and X99)

Corsair, Crucial and G.Skill DDR4 Review (Intel Core i7-5960X and X99)

Our DDR4 samples for this round-up come from Corsair, Crucial and G.Skill, let's see what the new technology has to offer when paired with an i7-5960X.

Kingston HyperX Fury Red DDR3 1866MHz 16GB Memory Review

Kingston HyperX Fury Red DDR3 1866MHz 16GB Memory Review

Today we take a look at some memory with a name that just sounds awesome. Meet Kingston HyperX Fury… an action hero name if ever there was one. Hopefully the performance and quality won’t be a let-down after the great branding…   The Kingston HyperX Fury Red Memory Kingston package...