EVGA SR-X Classified Review

PC Mark 7 and wPrime95

EVGA SR-X Classified Review

PC Mark 7

Finally a result which puts the SR-X in a good light. With both types of Xeon installed the SR-X pushes ahead of the ASUS, especially so with the E5-2660s.

 

wPrime 95

And straight away, normal service is resumed. It's one thing to be a second or so slower, but 15 seconds slower in both tests is a huge amount when you're dealing with times this fast. In fact the SR-X is around 20% slower than the ASUS. 

 

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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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