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Wednesday, 21 November 2012 14:13

How €35 8GB memory speeds up AMD's A10 5800K - Sniper Elite V2

Written by Sanjin Rados

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Review: Corsair Vengeance LP 1600 C9B 8GB review


Sniper Elite V2 (medium)

API: DirectX 11
Resolution: 1680x1050
Texture Detail: Medium
Shadows Detail: Medium
Draw Distance: Medium
Anti-Aliasing: Off
Advanced Shadows: Low
Supersampling: Off
Anisotropic Level: 1
Compute Shaders: Off
Ambient Occlusion: Off
Motion Blur: Off
Comparison: Average FPS


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Sniper Elite V2 (low)

API: DirectX 11
Resolution: 1680x1050
Texture Detail: Low
Shadows Detail: Low
Draw Distance: Low
Anti-Aliasing: Off
Advanced Shadows: Off
Supersampling: Off
Anisotropic Level: 1
Compute Shaders: Off
Ambient Occlusion: Off


sniper low

Overclocking the memory from 800MHz to 933MHz improved the gaming scores up to 14 percent. This number is closer to 17 percent when you compare 666MHz and 933MHz memory.

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