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ASUS X99-A Review

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ASUS X99-A Testing:

Cinebench R15 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.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

  

 

X.264 Benchmark: This benchmark is used to measure the time it takes to encode a 1080p video file into the x264 format. The default benchmark is used with an average of all four tests on each pass taken as the result.

  
  

 

AIDA64 Extreme Edition 3.0 is a software utility designed to be used for hardware diagnosis and benchmarking. I will be using the Cache and Memory benchmark tool to measure memory performance.

 

  
  
  
  

 

In the pure CPU performance related tests, Cinebench and X.264 Intels 8-core i7 5960X coupled with the Asus X99-A and Deluxe are easily outperforming the 12 thread Core i7 4960X on the X79 platform thanks to processing power afforded by the additional core count. The memory test shows the X99-A delivering better memory performance in most of the tests than the X99 Deluxe gives us. That performance does come with higher latency than the X79 platform delivers.



  1. ASUS X99-A: Introduction & Closer Look
  2. ASUS X99-A Closer Look: The Board
  3. ASUS X99-A Closer Look: Programs & Utilities
  4. ASUS X99-A Closer Look: Programs & Utilities Continued
  5. ASUS X99-A Closer Look: The BIOS
  6. ASUS X99-A: Specifications & Features
  7. ASUS X99-A Testing: Setup & Overclocking
  8. ASUS X99-A Testing: PCMark 8, Sisoft Sandra 2014
  9. ASUS X99-A Testing: Cinebench R15, X.264, AIDA 64
  10. ASUS X99-A Testing: Crystal DiskMark, ATTO 2.47, SATA Express testing
  11. ASUS X99-A Testing: iPerf. RMAA
  12. ASUS X99-A Testing: Gaming
  13. ASUS X99-A: Conclusion
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