ASUS ROG Strix X670E-F Gaming WiFi Review
Test Setup, ASUS PBO and Clock Speeds
Published: 1st December 2022 | Source: ASUS | Price: £448.99 |
As always here at OC3D when there is a move to a new platform we have taken the opportunity to refresh both our test system and the things that we are using to benchmark. Naturally this means that some of our new tests will have fewer results than some of the others, but given how rapidly the market has moved forwards it's fair to say that anything older than the last generation is going to be left in the dust. Clock speed only gets you so far after all. We've also rejigged our graphs a little after last time to hopefully make them more legible with less neck-ache. Don't forget you can embiggen them.
ASUS ROG Strix X670E-F Gaming WiFi
AMD Ryzen 9 7900X
G.Skill Trident Z5 Neo 4800 32GB
Nvidia RTX 2080 Ti
Patriot Viper VP4100 NVMe
BeQuiet Silent Base 802 Case
BeQuiet Dark Power Pro 12 1200W PSU
BeQuiet Silent Loop 2 360
BeQuiet Silent Wings Pro Fans
ASUS PBO and Clock Speeds
The Strix-F comes with ASUS own take upon the AMD Precision Boost Overdrive mode, with a simple way to implement it too. Pick enhancement, pick your thermal limit, job done. This will hopefully keep the temperatures under control whilst also giving us a tiny bit more performance in multicore tests. Even if it only tames the temps we'll be happy.
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a bit under 500 euro in germany... i paid that much for a threadripper mainboard.
but i am not paying that for a upper class consumer mainboard.
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In New Zealand these boards are *so* expensive they've totally priced me out of AM5 - even the "Budget" B6xx boards are NZ$700+ when you can still get some AM4 B550 boards that are under NZ$200.
They're even more expensive than Intel - boards and CPUs, that's a first.
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NZ is one of the most beautiful and most expensive places to live.
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but i am not paying that for a upper class consumer mainboard.Quote