Let’s start with Aida64 Cache & Memory Benchmark. And being the highest clocked RAM in our chart, the XPG Spectrix D40 seems like a clear winner here.
In latency, the XPG Spectrix D40 is only 0.5ns ahead of Apacer Blade.
In Cinebench R15, the margin between the 3000Mhz and 3200Mhz competitors is only 3cb.
When it comes to some GPU related workload, the XPG Spectrix D40 seems to be lacking behind just a little bit.
And in Geekbench 4.0, it seems like Apacer blade has overthrown the XPG Spectrix D40 with a good margin, especially in the multi-core performance.
As for the calculation of Pi up to 32m, the Apacer Blade and XPG Spectrix D40 are going head to head.
But in PerformanceTest 9.0 Memory Mark threaded test, the XPG RAM came out as the winner once again.
And in our WinRAR benchmark, the XPG RAM still holds the crown of the winner with about 200KB/s difference.
Again, in a GPU related workload, we see that the Spectrix is falling behind, but only by 1 point.
As for our gaming benchmarks, there’s not so much or noticeable difference between our top two contenders. In Rise of the Tomb Raider, the ADATA XPG Spectrix D40 is behind by only 0.03 FPS.
And in Thief, there’s no difference at all in the average FPS.