PDP Systems PDC22G4200+XBLK DDR2

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Overclocking - Highest Stable Clock

For our final round of tests, we set the PDP Patriot memory to run at 4-3-3-12 and compared it to the other modules at 4-4-4-12.  We then raised our test system's FSB as high as possible, resulting in 251MHz, the highest attainable for this board.

Performance Comparison with SiSoft SANDRA 2004
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PDC22G4200+XBLK (4-3-3-12)
251MHz FSB/336MHz (DDR672)

PQI24200-1GDB (4-4-4-12)
251MHz FSB/336MHz (DDR672)

XMS2-5300Pro (4-4-4-12)
251MHz FSB/336MHz (DDR672)

In this round, the PDP Patriot and Corsair memory managed to come up virtually tied, with a slight edge in favor of Corsair.  The Patriot modules maintained a 1MB/s lead in the Integer test while slipping 4MB/s in the Floating point segment.  The PQI memory weighed in an average of 100MB/s slower than the other two sets. 

Performance Comparison with PCMark04
Overall Memory Score

Here, the PDP Patriot memory lagged Corsair by a small 7 point margin, where the PQI set fell by 85 points.

In-Game Performance Comparisons With Wolfenstein: ET
System Memory Affects Framerates?  You Bet!

Our final test was with Wolfenstein: ET, where the PDP Patriot memory eked out a top spot by a fraction of a frame over the Corsair XMS2 series modules.  Again, the PQI modules came in last, slipping by roughly 2FPS, a very close third position.

Tags:  DDR, DDR2, systems, system, MS, STEM, DP, 2G, K

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