AIDA64 Extreme Edition 1.60.1300:
's Extreme Edition benchmark (version 1.60.1300) was executed next. For those unfamiliar with AIDA64, it is the new name associated with the old standby of memory reviews; Lavalys Everest. Just like with Everest, this suite of memory tests provides four sets of results including read speed (in MB/s), write speed (in MB/s), copy speed (in MB/s), and latency (in ns). Higher values are better for read, write, and copy, while lower values are better for latency.
The first chart shows the memory read testing results, where the Kingston HyperX T1 kit comes in on top, and roughly 1000MB/s faster than the 1800MHz kit which placed second.
The memory write results are shown below, and while we still see the 2133MHz Kingston HyperX T1 kit is the fastest, the three kits put up scores that are very close to one another.
Moving on to the memory copy results we find a pattern developing, with the three kits finishing in order based on their frequency.
In the final chart we have to remember that lower results are now better. Checking out the memory latency, we find that the high speed and relatively tight timings help the Kingston HyperX T1 kit edge out the 1800MHz kit by about 6% and the 1600MHz kit by about 16%.