Kingston HyperX PC3-11000 CL7 DDR3 2gb Kit
Being the first DDR3 memory review here at Overclock3D the Kingston HyperX PC3-11000 kit will be reviewed as a standalone product using the hardware specified below. However, as further DDR3 reviews are added to Overclock3D, the results from these reviews will be included on the graphs shown over the next few pages.
|Kingston HyperX PC3-11000|
|Processor||Intel Core2Duo E6850|
|Motherboard||Asus Blitz Extreme (P35)|
|Graphics Card||BFG 8800GTS 640mb OC2 Edition|
|Hard Disk|| Hitachi Deskstar 80GB 7K80 SATA2 7200RPM 8mb |
|CPU Cooling|| Stock Intel Aluminium Cooler|
|Operating System||Microsoft Windows XP (SP2) 32bit - Latest Patches|
|Memory Frequency*||687mhz (DDR2-1375)|
To guarantee a broad range of results, the following benchmark utilities will be used:
• Sisoft Sandra XI SP2 (CPU, Memory & HDD tests)
• SuperPI Mod v1.4 (1m and 16m)
• Cinebench 9.5
• HDTach 126.96.36.199
• Quake 4
Memory Settings & Overclocking
As with all memory reviews on Overclock3D the HyperX PC3-11000 modules were subjected to a series of benchmark tests under several different configurations. The configurations used tested the memory's ability to run at high frequencies, tight timings and also ensured that that the modules could run with 100% stability at their advertised stock settings.
Thankfully the Kingston HyperX PC3-11000 kit did not suffer with this problem, managing to run at the advertised settings of 1375mhz / 7-7-7-20 / 1.7v without any stability issues whatsoever.