The GeIL Super Luce RGB SYNC DDR4-3000 32GB Memory Kit was installed in our Ryzen system. It is made up of the following components.
Processor: AMD Ryzen 5 1600
Graphics Card: Zotac GeForce GTX 1070 Ti AMP! Edition
Motherboard: ASUS ROG Crosshair VI Hero
Memory: GeIL Super Luce RGB SYNC DDR4-3000 32GB
Storage: Zotac Premium Edition 240GB
Power: Corsair AX860i
Cooling: Noctua NH-U12S SE-AM4
Case: Lian Li PC-T80
Taking a look at CPU-Z we can see this memory is running at 2933 MHz with timings of 16-18-18-36 at 1.35V.
For testing we will run the memory at its stock settings using the below benchmarking software. We will then run the tests again our overclock of 3200 MHz. Below is a list of benchmarking software that we use.
– SiSoftware Sandra Memory Bandwidth Benchmark
– SiSoftware Sandra Cache & Memory Latency Benchmark
– SiSoftware Cache Bandwidth Benchmark
– AIDA64 Cache & Memory Benchmark
– 3DMark Fire Strike Physics test
Now let’s get to testing!
To start things off we have SiSoftware’s Sandra. The first test is the Memory Bandwidth benchmark. Higher scores are better here.
Next we have Sandra’s Cache & Memory Latency benchmark that will measure the memory kits latency. Lower scores are better here.
Our final Sandra test is the Cache bandwidth test. Higher scores are better here.
AIDA64 has a built in Cache & Memory benchmark that measures read, write, copy and memory latency. For the read, write and copy higher scores are better, for latency lower scores are better.
Finally we wrap things up with 3DMark’s Fire Strike benchmark. We will be taking the Physics score from our benchmark as it will change the most when you change memory speed. Again, higher scores are better here.
So how does this DDR4 compare to all other DDR4 memory kits that we have tested so far?