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Wednesday, 21 November 2012 14:13

How €35 8GB memory speeds up AMD's A10 5800K - Aliens vs Predator

Written by Sanjin Rados

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Review: Corsair Vengeance LP 1600 C9B 8GB review


Aliens vs Predator (medium)

API: DirectX 11 
Quality: Medium
Resolution: 1920x1080
Anti-Aliasing: 0X
Anisotropic Filtering 4X
Texture Quality: Medium
Shadow Quality: Medium
SSAO: On
Tessellation: On
Advanced Shadows: Off
Comparison: Average FPS 


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Aliens vs Predator (low)

API: DirectX 11 
Quality: Low
Resolution: 1680x1050
Anti-Aliasing: 0X

Anisotropic Filtering 0X
Texture Quality: Low
Shadow Quality: Low
SSAO: Off
Tessellation: Off
Advanced Shadows: Off
Comparison: Average FPS 



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Overclocking the memory from 800MHz to 933MHz improved the gaming scores up to 14 percent. This number is closer to 30 percent when you compare 666MHz and 933MHz memory.

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