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MSI X79A-GD65 (8D) Review

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ScienceMark tests real-world performance instead of using synthetic benchmarks. For this test, we run the benchmark suite and will use the overall score for comparison.





















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Cinebench 10 is useful for testing your system, CPU, and OpenGL capabilities using the software program, CINEMA 4D. We will be using the default tests for this benchmark.





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Cinebench 11.5



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HD Tune measures disk performance to make comparisons between drives or disk controllers.





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PCMark 7 is the latest iteration of Futuremark's popular PCMark system performance tool. This latest 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.


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The Intel DX79SI is the board that comes out on top during the Sciencemark benchmark, where both boards were able to once again perform almost identically in the Single and Multi-Core tests under Cinebench 10, which is actually what is going to continue on in the rest of the testing on this page in the Cinebench 11.5 and HD Tune benches. When we get down to the PCMark 7 benchmark, things start to liven up a little bit; the Intel board takes the lead in both of the stock benchmarks, but the MSI board takes the lead in both benchmarks when the system is overclocked.

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