It’s been awhile since DD4 RAM’s have been out in the market now. The rapid development of the CPU processors has brought the industry to push its development for products that work better with new hardware. DDR4 has been actively become popular in the last year with cost for the DRAM becoming cheaper than ever before.
DDR(Double Data Rate) rams have 2 modules which run at 1200Mhz, effectively 2400Mhz. While taking a look at readings in CPU-Z under intensive stress test, Zion Xtreme DDR4 RAM took the 17-17-17 timing cycle at 1200Mhz. These numbers represent the CAS Latency, the RAS to CAS and RAS Pre-charge, which is the column and row latency to transfer data between each other.
I did a AIDA64 Memory test to measure the Memory-Copy/Read/Write speeds of ZION Xtreme DDR4 RAM. The performance of ZION Xtreme DDR4 was pretty high with all the measured values were over 15,000 MByte/sec. These values are preferred for gaming and multitasking. The measured memory latency of ZION Xtreme DDR4 was 61.3 nanoseconds, which is the response time for the RAM to react to a command. Memory-latency could fall short due to various factors like delays in command, data throughput and so on. Also, the memory score was a whopping 15.57GB/sec one of the fastest I’ve seen for a DDR4 RAM.