As far as synthetics go we tested 7-Zip, the ram hungry Y-Cruncher, Cinebench R15 and ASUS Real Bench, where we had much more consistent results.
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Which leads us then into the price and performance summary, in almost every case, the largest improvement in Performance over 2133 is achieved by 2666 Megahertz, then there's another modest improvement when you jump to 3200, and from there, marketing and purely synthetic benchmarks aside, things go downhill pretty quickly on both Intel, and AMD, leading us to conclude that there's no point going higher, even if you could.
So then, buy Thirty two hundred Megahertz RAM, since that's the sweet spot, right? Well... Sure, but it actually depends too, what kind of a budget you're working with for your system If you've already got the best of everything, then sure, yeah.
You might want to go higher on your RAM, to eke out that slim improvement? But if you're on any kind of fixed budget, well, for sixty four bucks the difference between 2133 and 3600 RAM. You could go from a core i5 7500 to a 7600K, netting you higher CPU clock speeds, and overclocking support, or from Ryzen 5 1500x to a 1600x, giving you two whole additional processing cores, AND that only accounts for the financial investment. What we haven't even talked about is the time that this can end up consuming. And going back again to look at the total possible improvement from a bare-bones JEDEC 2133 kit to the fastest we tested, the full conclusion becomes crystal clear.
4.7% for $64 more, without any guarantee that it'll actually work. Means that we wouldn't recommend it, unless you're out of stuff to spend money on that will give you more meaningful performance or usability improvements. And you have not only the time and know how to tinker with it. But also the patience to drop everything and deal with it when something isn't working. And this is especially true if you're using the latest and greatest platform with that fastest and shiniest RAM.
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