Asgard AESIR DDR5 32GB 4800MHz Memory Review

FutureMark Performance

Asgard proved to be the best scorer in this test, with the highest jump in score of all our tested memory. The two worst scorers in this test were the only two of the bunch running at higher frequencies set with XMP whilst Asgard and SK Hynix didn’t have XMP profiles.

Whilst it didn’t perform the worst in this test, Asgard ended up lagging behind the top scorer by some way, but still ended up near the middle in terms of score.

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