EVGA SR-X Classified Review

Cryptography

EVGA SR-X Classified Review

Cryptography

In the AIDA64 AES test the SR-X is a little behind with the 2660s, and quite a long way behind with the 2687s. The closer you get to the limits of what is possible, the further behind the EVGA slips.

The Cryptographic benchmarks in Sandra are even worse, with the SR-X comfortably behind the ASUS board regardless of which Xeons are installed. 

 

 

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22-06-2012, 06:07:31

Firat
What a let down :/Quote

22-06-2012, 06:12:14

SieB
Shocking that the Asus board is better than this, especially with EVGA's track record with the SR2.Quote

22-06-2012, 06:22:02

KING_OF_SAND
COOL PINK!

It will look great with the ugly collection of Nctua fans I have! I can make the UGLY TACKY RIG!Quote

22-06-2012, 06:30:59

Rastalovich
This smells of not being a finished product. I envisage a re-review in a number of months.Quote

22-06-2012, 06:31:53

DT-525
I never understand why anybody would buy a board like this. £500 for a mobo you could spend that money on a 7970 or a 680 that what matters when gaming. the graphics cards are a lot more important no need for two CPU's that are going to cost you £3000.Quote
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