OCZ Flex XLC PC2-6400 CL4 2x1GB Review (Page 4 of 10)

Page 4 - PCMark05 Results

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From: Developer's Page

Who leads here? The one who was in last place every test previously: The OCZ Special Ops Edition Urban Elite. But remember, the scores are all really close together, and to an extent, a statistical tie.

The Special Ops Urban Elite shows off its score once again.

And again... by an incredible 3 points!!!!!!!!!!1111111111111shiftoneoneone

Ok, well, to be serious -- the Flex XLC PC2-6400 CAS4 is on a statistical tie with the OCZ Special Ops Edition Urban Elite.

Much to our surprise, the Buffalo Firestix came up with the highest overall score in PCMark05! The reason we can say behind this is that the hard disk is having higher burst rate during this test -- thus contributed to the higher score because PCMark05 takes hard disk performance into count.

There's a reason why we publish results for individual scores to properly reflect the performance in a more accurate manner!

Page Index
Page 1 - Introduction, Packaging, Specifications
Page 2 - A Closer Look, Installation, Test System
Page 3 - 3DMark06 Results
Page 4 - PCMark05 Results
Page 5 - EVEREST CPU Results
Page 6 - EVEREST FPU Results
Page 7 - EVEREST Memory Results
Page 8 - SuperPI, Cinebench 9.5, EVEREST Memory Latency Results
Page 9 - Overclocking Results
Page 10 - Overclocking Continued, Conclusion