We all know and use WinRAR, as it’s one of the best compression programs, but it also has a build in benchmark feature, so I let it run for two minutes and here are the results for the Corsair vengeance RGB DDR4 RAM.
You can compare the results with other RAM that I have tested.
The graphs show where the Corsair Vengeance RGB RAM sits, and as you can see the result is very good.
AIDA 64 is great software. It can help you identify your hardware, it can test your system for stability, and you can also use it to do benchmarks. For this test I will be using the memory benchmarking features of AIDA 64, I will be running the test five times and present the average result. Below are the results for memory read/write/copy and also
In this test the result is again very good.
The latency test for the Corsair Vengeance RGB 2666Mhz DDR4 RAM is good, but a lower number would have been welcomed.
Cinebench is a real world cross platform test suite that evaluates your computer’s performance capabilities, and with this test we can see if there is a difference in performance.
This is a mainly CPU intensive test, and the result verifies this, however the Corsair Vengeance RGB RAM was able to climb very close to the top of the chart.
Crystal Disk Mark doesn’t need an introduction, it’s a benchmark tool that I have used in all my reviews from SSDs to USB flash drives, and in this case it will be used to benchmark the virtual disk that is created in the system memory. The size of the virtual disk is set to 10GB using Softperfect RAM Disk, you can get it here, and I will be running the test five times and present you the average.
Let me start by comparing the read results with other RAM that I have tested so far
Read test results.
Write test results.
The results here are not that fast, but this is more than fast enough for whatever you may want to run from your RAM.
Let’s head to the next page and see what happens when you play with timings and the memory speed.