ASUS Crosshair V Formula Z Motherboard Reviewformerstaff - June 3, 2013
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PCMark 7 is the latest iteration of Futuremark's popular PCMark system performance tool. This version is designed for use on Windows 7 PCs and features a combination of 25 different workloads to accurately measure the performance of all PCs from laptops to desktops.
Not much of a difference here either as we would expect from the identical chipsets, with the exception of the ASUS board, which outperforms the others in matters of storage and transfer speeds. A trait that has become common over the last couple years. Other than that the differences seem to be a small matter of the slight differential in the overclocks.