3DMark is a program with a set of several 3D benchmarks. Fire Strike benchmark measures DirectX 11 performance and is targeted to high-end gaming computers, while Sky Diver also measures DirectX 11 performance, but is aimed on average computers. The Cloud Gate benchmark measures DirectX 10 performance, and the Ice Storm Extreme measures DirectX 9 performance and is targeted to entry-level computers.
On the Fire Strike benchmark, the memory performance with dual-channel improved by 61% on the A8-7670K and 38% on the Core i7-5775C.
On Sky Diver benchmark, the performance with memory in dual-channel was 42% higher than with single-channel on the A8-7670K. On the Core i7-5775C, the performance gain was 25%.
On the Cloud Gate benchmark, the performance gain with the use of dual-channel was 70% on the AMD processor and 19% on Intel’s.
On the Ice Storm Extreme, the performance with dual-channel was 62% higher on the A8-7670K and 23% higher on the Core i7-5775C, compared to the single-channel performance.