The AIDA64 Copy test shows that the HyperX Savage kit churned out an amazing 41,147MB/s which is 2,758MB/s faster than our Kingston Fury 2666MHz kit, and the tighter timings and 334MHz speed advantage is showing us better scores. However, like everything in computing, it’s higher scores and faster RAM that inevitably will cost more than the slower kits.
The Latency test in AIDA64 was rather interesting and shows the Kingston Savage kit in a tie with the Kingston Fury kit. We extended testing out to 6 runs per kit and averaged all six runs to get our combined score, but we were left with a latency score tie.
The AIDA64 read test has the Kingston HyperX Savage 3000MHz kit much closer to the HyperX Fury kit than the copy test did, and shows the HyperX Savage kit leading by 1,591MB/s.
We come to the last test in AIDA64 and the HyperX Savage kit is at 45,695MB/s and 4,806MB/s ahead of the Kingston HyperX Fury kit.