AIDA64 Extreme Edition 1.60.1300:
AIDA64's Extreme Edition benchmark (version 1.60.1300) provides the final set of tests to consider. 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.
In the first chart we see the memory read results, where the Kingston HyperX Genesis kit comes in on top, just edging out its big
brother, and far ahead of the other two kits on hand.
The memory write results are shown below, and this time the other Kingston HyperX 2133MHz kit takes home the win, slightly edging out the Genesis kit.
Looking at the memory copy results we se a repeat performance, with the two 2133MHz kits doing quite well, but with the 8GB T1 kit at the top.
In the last chart we have the latency results (where lower results are now better). The two 2133MHz kits are hovering around the 40 nanosecond mark, 2 to 6 nanoseconds faster than the competition.