Legit Memory Reviews
Kingston HyperX 2GB PC3-14400 Memory Kit with Intel XMP
|Date:||Thu, Aug 14, 2008 - 12:00 AM|
|Written By:||Nathan Kirsch -|
Sony Vegas 8.0b
The Vegas Pro collection combines Vegas Pro 8, DVD Architect Pro 4.5, and Dolby Digital AC-3 encoding software to offer an integrated environment for all phases of professional video, audio, DVD, and broadcast production. These tools let you edit and process DV, AVCHD, HDV, SD/HD-SDI, and all XDCAM formats in real time, fine-tune audio with precision, and author surround sound, dual-layer DVDs. Vegas Pro software also supports 24p, HD and HDV editing, which is what we are going to look at in this benchmark.
The Sony Vegas 8.0b workload that we are using takes a series of short movie and audio files and creates a single video that incorporated special effects and transitions. It uses a MainConcept HDV encoding profile to render the 24p widescreen video clip at a resolution of 1440x1080x32.
Benchmark Results: Running our custom Sony Vegas 8.0b benchmark showed that memory speed and timings does play a slight role when creating a single video clip from multiple clips. The Kingston HyperX kit was running a 4.7% higher clock speed than the other kits, but was 6.8% faster than the 1600MHz kit with CL9 timings. This means that the extra memory bandwidth helped a bit in this real world benchmark.
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Page 1 - Kingston Does Intel XMP Memory Profiles
Page 2 - XMP Profiles and Under The Heat Spreader
Page 3 - RST Pro 3 Testing and The Test System
Page 4 - Sisoftware Sandra XII SP2c
Page 5 - Everest Ultimate 4.50
Page 6 - Sony Vegas 8.0b
Page 7 - Futuremark 3DMark06
Page 8 - S.T.A.L.K.E.R. and Crysis
Page 9 - Overclocking
Page 10 - Final Thoughts and Conclusions