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GEIL Super Luce 16GB 3000MHz RGB DDR4 Review

Performance


Cinebench

Off to a good start in Cinebench, clocking our highest score for a 3000 MHz 16GB kit at 1619. Overclocking saw that score boost up to 1633, and increased the speed to an impressive 3600 MHz with 20-22-22-43 timings at stock voltage.

AIDA64

At 3000 MHz we saw some very good read, write and copy performance from the Super Luce. Read and write were both very close to 43000 Mbps. However, overclocking took them closer to 50000 Mbps, which is a fantastic increase overall.

The latency is super tight at stock, hitting just 52.7 ns, and overclocking took that even lower, hitting just 49.9 ns. That’s some of the fastest times we’ve ever seen, even before we cleared our charts for our new test rig.

WPrime

Again, the GeIL kit is delivering great results here with a score of just 3.485 seconds. Overclocking to 3600 MHz saw that time increase to 3.657, but still placing it in the same position against rival hardware.

3DMark Fire Strike

So what about 3D rendering performance? Not our fastest result overall, but still very much competitive with everything else at 22118. Of course, once overclocked that score also boosted a fair bit to 22212.

PCMark 10 Productivity

Finally, for those working in productivity and rendering tasks, the GeIL kit does great again. Scoring 9684 at stock is competitive, but that boosted to an impressive 9751 once overclocked.

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Peter Donnell

As a child still in my 30's (but not for long), I spend my day combining my love of music and movies with a life-long passion for gaming, from arcade classics and retro consoles to the latest high-end PC and console games. So it's no wonder I write about tech and test the latest hardware while I enjoy my hobbies!

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