For our tests, we used a test bench containing an ASRock Fatal1ty X99X Killer 3.1 motherboard with supports quad channel memory. So we decided to use 2 x 16GB kits (4 x 8GB modules). Along with and Intel Core i7 – 6800K (Broadwell-E) and a HIS Radeon RX 480 graphics card. * ALL tests are conducted at specified default speeds and settings
|CPU||Intel Core i7-6800K @ 3.4GHz|
|Cooling||XSPC RayStorm Pro CPU waterblock|
|Motherboard||ASRock Fatal1ty X99X Killer 3.1|
|Ram||4 x 8GB ADATA XPG Dazzle DDR4-2400|
|XMP 2.0 profiles||Memory timings : 16-16-16-39 @1.2v|
|HDD||Crucial MX300 – 750GB|
|PSU||Thermaltake Toughpower DSP G RGB 750W|
|VGA card||HIS Radeon RX 480 Roaring Turbo 8GB GDDR5|
||Thermaltake Pacific RL240 D5 watercooling kit|
Aida64 Memory Information
Aida64 DRAM Timings
Some more information on the ADATA XPG Dazzle DDR4-2400 ram with XMP enabled – default timings of 16-16-16-39 @ 1.2V
Aida64 Memory Benchmarks
Aida64 memory tests gave us read speed of 47,911Mb/sec, Write speed of 60,736Mb/sec and copy speed of 55,158Mb/sec
For Cinebench R15 we got a CPU score of 971cb. Not bad at all 🙂
Here’s our HyperPi 32M score, the system completed a full test in 13mins 01 seconds. Average time was 11mins 47 seconds.
During our PCMark 8 benchmark, we managed to get a score of 4086.
Performance Test 8 Memory
Memory scores were off the roof. No complaints here.
3DMark – Time Spy (default settings)
Here’s our Time Spy score… 3,640. The results were as expected for a pre-overclocked Radeon RX480 from HIS, and an Intel Core i7-6800K @ 3.4Hhz. If we had a GeForce GTX 1070 or GTX 1080 … the scores will be much higher of course. Still, it’s not bad at all … and I’m pretty happy with it.