OCZ PC2-8000 Titanium Alpha VX2 Dual Channel

Closer look

Testing:

Intel P4 2,8 Ghz
Gigabyte 915P Duo Pro
Mushkin Redline XP2-8000
Palit X300
Zalman 500W PSU
Maxtor 80GB IDE HDD

* Software used for this test was Pcmark2005, Sisoft Sandra 2006, Everest Home Edition and SuperPi.
* Testing was done with a standard installation of Windows Xp SP2 with no software running in the background.

Pcmark2005:

OCZ PC2-8000 Titanium Alpha VX2 Dual Channel

In Pcmark we chose to run just the memory test to see what type of results we could get out of it. These tests are all at standard stock speeds. Here we can see that the OCZ kit is actually a bit slower than the competitors from Mushkin.

Everest Home Edition:

OCZ PC2-8000 Titanium Alpha VX2 Dual Channel

Everest is the new version of the old and now discontinued Aida32 sofware. With Everest you can see results like reading and writing performance. We can clearly see here that we have some mixed results. This ram is fast at writing and it’s also almost the fastest in reading which are two very important factors when the memory works of course.

Sisoft Sandra 2007 Memory benchmark, Single channel:

OCZ PC2-8000 Titanium Alpha VX2 Dual Channel

To determine speeds in single channel mode we ran one of the sticks through Sisoft Sandra 2007 Memory benchmark. Now this is not so interesting as it is a dual channel kit we are trying out but we also think it’s fair to share the single channel speeds. This graph really shows that while running one stick the new OCZ kit is a bit faster than the rest. Click to the next page and we will share the dual channel graph with you.

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