Below you see our test bed:
With the new memory installed we powered on the system. Through Gigabyte's UEFI bios you can choose the ' Extreme Memory Profile1', which will set the memory's speed 2133MHz at CL11-12-11 @1.6V:
In the Windows environment we fire up the CPU-Z software. As you see below, there are two XMP profiles for the 1600MHz and 2133MHz speeds:
For our tests we used the popular Sisoft Sandra Benchmark Suite. You can click on each test below to see the memory performance index score we got for each speed:
At 2133MHz speed you can expect to get around 27MB/sec.
The Aida64 Cache & Memory benchmarks returned similar numbers. Again the 2133MHz is recommended if your system supports it: