ASUS X399-E Strix Gaming Review

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ASUS X399 Strix Review

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The Strix tops the CPU graph with the overclock - not exactly a surprise - although the stock setup sits resolutely at the foot of the graph. Not much between the actual scores, but an inauspicious start.

ASUS X399 Strix Review 

 
ASUS X399 Strix Review  

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18-01-2018, 09:44:19

tolagarf
I have to question Asus' motives these days. A gaming board for what is clearly meant as a workstation CPU (and small servers too I reckon), and this isn't the first of them. In fact they don't even make a workstation board for this CPU. I guess they expect only gamers to buy these CPU's, which seems strange to me.Quote

18-01-2018, 10:08:32

tinytomlogan
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Originally Posted by tolagarf View Post
I have to question Asus' motives these days. A gaming board for what is clearly meant as a workstation CPU (and small servers too I reckon), and this isn't the first of them. In fact they don't even make a workstation board for this CPU. I guess they expect only gamers to buy these CPU's, which seems strange to me.

I dont think they expect to sell many at all. Mainly because of TR rather than the board itself.Quote

18-01-2018, 12:10:42

AlienALX
To be honest the only thing that looks uber about that board is the cover on the IO. Then you remove it and realise there's a pittance in there. Not enough phases either.

I am finding it hard to differentiate it too much from the B350 Strix. I know it has lanes and slots etc but what good is all that if the performance stinks?

Ed. I'm sorry, HOW MUCH?!?!?!?!

https://www.scan.co.uk/products/asus...gbe-wifi-usb-3Quote

18-01-2018, 12:50:37

robbiec
Which Bios where you using - current available as far as I can see is 0402? Any chance that you had a Spectre microcode update applied and or MS patch? Would account for a bit of performance drop.Quote

19-01-2018, 09:31:04

sqpp
Nevermind, just realized it is AMD Quote
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