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Silicon Power XPOWER Zenith RGB

Black Haru

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Feb 24, 2010
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Featuring speeds up to 4133 MHz and capacities up to 32 GB per stick, the Silicon Power XPOWER Zenith RGB offers a broad range of performance in a sensible, modern package. The sample specification I have for testing today is a Ryzen-optimized 3600 MHz, so let’s see how it performs!

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Jan 31, 2010
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Gougeland (NZ)
System Name Cumquat 2021
Processor AMD RyZen R7 5800X @4750MHz 1.298V
Motherboard Asus Strix x570-F Gaming
Cooling Cryorig R1 Universal + CM MasterGel Pro TP
Memory 16GB GSkill Ripjaws V Black 4000 MTs (2x8GB)
Video Card(s) Sapphire Nitro+ OC RX6800 16GB DDR6 2270Cclk / 2010Mclk
Storage 1x Adata SX8200PRO NVMe gen3 x4 1X Samsung 860 EVO 500GB, 12TB of HDD Storage
Display(s) AOC 24G2 IPS 144Hz FreeSync Premium 1920x1080p
Case SilverStone Raven RV02B-W + 3x SS AP181 + USB3.0 front panel upgrade
Audio Device(s) RX6800 via HDMI + Pioneer VSX-531 amp Technics 100W 5.1 Speaker set
Power Supply Enermax RevolutionXT II 750W 80+ Gold
Mouse Logitech G502 Proteus Core
Keyboard Logitech G815
Software Windows 11 X64 PRO (build 22H2)
Benchmark Scores it sucks even more less now ;)
You would probably have gotten better results on AMD if you weren't using a Ryzen 3600X and had of actually used an Ryzen 5600X Also pitting a puni 3600X against a 10900K is like racing a Ferrari vs a Mini
Please next time use comparable CPU's ie: Similar core counts and clock speeds Like a 5800X or 5900X vs 10900K would have made for much closer bench score comparison