ADATA XPG V2 Review: 2x8 GB at DDR3-2800 12-14-14 1.65 Vby Ian Cutress on December 17, 2013 12:00 PM EST
The activity cited most often for improved memory speeds is IGP gaming, and as shown in both of our tests of Crystalwell (4950HQ in CRB, 4750HQ in Clevo W740SU), Intel’s version of Haswell with the 128MB of L4 cache, having big and fast memory seems to help in almost all scenarios, especially when there is access to more and more compute units. In order to pinpoint where exactly the memory helps, we are reporting both average and minimum frame rates from the benchmarks, using the latest Intel drivers available. All benchmarks are also run at 1360x768 due to monitor limitations (and produces more relevant frame rate numbers).
As expected, a 2800 C12 kit should come near the top for FPS numbers - Bioshock is a little odd in its minimum FPS numbers however, showing a middle of the road result for this kit.
Again this kit hits the higher echelons of Tomb Raider frame rates.