DDR5-6000 Memory Performance On Linux, Scaling From DDR5 3000 to 6000 MT/s

Written by Michael Larabel in Memory on 4 March 2022. Page 2 of 4. 26 Comments

Beyond the obvious benefit in the synthetic memory benchmarks, the DDR5-6000 memory was proving useful for HPC workloads with the Core i9 12900K.

Intel's Scalable Video Technology (SVT) video encoders were also enjoying the faster DDR5 memory performance and were benefiting up to the DDR5-6000 speeds tested.

The faster DDR5 memory speeds were of some benefit to the Stargate digital audio workstation software.

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