AMD Ryzen 3000 DDR4 Scaling – Part II – Samsung B-Die vs Micron E-Die vs Hynix CJR – English version
2 x 8GB Samsung B-Die
In order to compare all the memory kits tested today, we chose AIDA Cache & Memory Benchmark, because this test is most sensitive to memory settings, making it easy to notice even the slightest difference. Of course, the daily-use performance will differ much less. The GSkill SniperX single-rank kit equipped with Samsung B-Die ICs should be well known to you by now, being the star of the first part of this study.
However, in order to see what B-Die kits are really capable of, we also used a GSkill TridentZ RGB DDR4 4600 memory kit, with was able to run at DDR4 4800 18-22-22-44. Apparently, under normal conditions (air cooling), DDR4 4800 is the limit of our memory controller, any attempt to run above it leading to system instability.