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Crucial Ballistix Tracer 6GB DDR3-1600 Memory Kit
Author: Jason Kohrs
Manufacturer: Crucial
Source: Crucial
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March 19, 2010

Testing (continued):

Everest Ultimate Edition 5.30.1900:

Everest Ultimate Edition provides four sets of results; including memory read speed (in MB/s), memory write speed (in MB/s), memory copy speed (in MB/s), and memory latency (in ns). Higher values are better for read, write, and copy, while lower values are better for latency. The chart below shows the results achieved, and at the stock speeds we see that the G.Skill kit and the Crucial kit split the wins, two apiece. The results are very close at 1600MHz, but once overclocked the performance of the Crucial kit surges.

Windows 7 Experience:

Windows 7 has a simple benchmark built in to analyze the capabilities of a few key hardware components. You can analyze your graphics card, hard drive, system memory and processor - but we will focus on just the memory. Higher is better for these results, and the best possible score is 7.9. What we see is that Windows 7 favors the Crucial kit at stock speed, and I was surprised to see they weren't considered to be identical. I was even more surprised to see a perfect score for the kit once overclocked.

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