EVGA Z370 Classified K Review

Geekbench and Realbench

EVGA Z370 Classified K Review

Geekbench and Realbench

The single core performance is clearly good enough, it's the multicore performance that has a big hole in it. At stock the opposite is true, and the good results we've seen so far are borne out by the second best multicore score we've seen on a Z370 motherboard. Realbench on the other hand just shows how poor the Classified K can be with the current BIOS.

EVGA Z370 Classified K Review  


EVGA Z370 Classified K Review  

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13-03-2018, 11:30:04

AlienALX
Very strange board ! not in performance, as I know these have banging power stages but in design. You have this big white bit....... Then....... BLACK BLACK BLACK.

Very, very strange it almost looks lopsided. It needs more white. Even if it were the SATA ports or just something.Quote

13-03-2018, 11:36:25

tinytomlogan
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Originally Posted by AlienALX View Post
Very strange board ! not in performance, as I know these have banging power stages but in design. You have this big white bit....... Then....... BLACK BLACK BLACK.

Very, very strange it almost looks lopsided. It needs more white. Even if it were the SATA ports or just something.

Its silver not white.

Sadly even with all the power phases the bios needs work. Ive tested a lot of cheaper boards that out clocked and performed this.Quote

13-03-2018, 11:46:49

AlienALX
Looks white to me ! Weird

Yeah, one thing EVGA have never been fantastic with is bioses. Though Buildzoid did take apart one of their boards the other day and admitted it had the most outrageous overkill power phases he had ever seen. And expensive, too.Quote

13-03-2018, 13:25:36

NeverBackDown
I have an EVGA Z170 board and it's also a terrible overclocker.

I'd stay away in all honestyQuote

13-03-2018, 14:08:20

Avet
I really don't like EVGA's MBO design. They had few decent ones before, but now they look extremely cheep. Also they have issues all around. As Tom said, they need a bit of polish.Quote
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