RealBench Multitasking really shows you the cooperation between all the components in your machine, and so far has been scaling well with both memory, CPUs and video cards.
The Multitasking test shows the Patriot Viper 4 scoring 89.647 seconds to complete the test, while the HyperX Savage kit did it in 89.52 seconds, so we are in the same neighborhood. Consider a situation where we we were hashing or running [email protected] 24/7 and that same multi-tasking had to be done a thousand times a day. In the long run, faster memory can really make the difference in your dream build.
In the image editing portion of RealBench, we were a bit surprised at the results we got. We were expecting faster speeds based on the other tests. We only managed to achieve a 60.333, which is slower than the HyperX Fury memory that we tested. The only conclusion we can come up with as to the reasoning behind this would be the CAS timings being higher on the Patriot Viper 4.
OpenCL is far more GPU intensive than other hardware components in a computer system. As a result the performance differences here are minor when it comes to Memory Kits. You can see in our chart how small a difference RAM makes. The Patriot Viper 4 kit scores 1,376 KSamples/s on our chart.