Kingston HyperX T1 3GB & 6GB 2000MHz DDR3 Memory Review

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Stalker: Shadow of Chernobyl

S.T.A.L.K.E.R. Benchmark

S.T.A.L.K.E.R.: Shadow of Chernobyl

S.T.A.L.K.E.R.: Shadow of Chernobyl uses the ‘X-ray Engine’ to power the graphics. It is a DirectX 8/9 Shader Model 3.0 graphics engine. Up to a million polygons can be on-screen at any one time, which makes it one of the more impressive engines on the market today. The engine features HDR rendering, parallax and normal mapping, soft shadows, widescreen support, weather effects and day/night cycles. As with other engines that utilize deferred shading (such as Unreal Engine 3 and CryENGINE2), the X-ray Engine does not support anti-aliasing with dynamic lighting enabled. However, a “fake” form of anti-aliasing can be enabled with the static lighting option; this format utilizes a technique to blur the image to give the false impression of anti-aliasing. The game takes place in a thirty square kilometer area, and both the outside and inside of this area is rendered to the same amount of detail.

Kingston Triple Channel DDR3 2000MHz

Benchmark Results: Here we see the payoff of the additional memory speed; the HyperX 6GB with its slightly lower timings holds a slim advantage over the HyperX 3GB kit. Both of the HyperX kits give you great performance here over standard memory.

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