Gigabyte P67A-UD7 Review

PC Mark Vantage and CineBench

Gigabyte P67A-UD7 Review

PC Mark Vantage

PC Mark Vantage tests the whole system with a range of applications that mimic average PC usage. In keeping with the incredible performance we've seen so far from the Gigabyte UD7 the i5-2500K it actually tops the chart entirely beating everything else on test. 1000 points clear of a 5GHz 2600K on a reference board. Impressive stuff.

CineBench R11.5

Just over 7 and 3 quarter points in the CPU score is very high indeed, especially for a non-HT processor. Of course the 2600K wins comfortably, but the UD7 versus the Intel reference board is a complete mis-match with the UD7 winning by miles.

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Most Recent Comments

14-01-2011, 08:45:11

1.044v to get 4.9GHz???? HOLY S****!!!!Quote

14-01-2011, 08:45:34

Very nice review, the UD7 is one hell of a board to look at.Quote

14-01-2011, 08:47:24

Originally Posted by Zeals View Post

1.044v to get 4.9GHz???? HOLY S****!!!!
CPUZ reports it (Vcore) wrong IIRC....Quote

14-01-2011, 08:49:32

Originally Posted by Zeals View Post

1.044v to get 4.9GHz???? HOLY S****!!!!
Yeah read the review not just look at the pictures! Its 1.4v but cpu isnt reading it correctly.Quote

14-01-2011, 08:49:54

yeah just watched the vid and he says its wrong its set at 1.4vQuote

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