OCUK Ultima Raptor Review


OCUK Ultima  Raptor Review

Everest Ultimate Edition

It's a shame that AMD didn't include the AES instruction set we've seen from the 980x, but still it's a good score.

zLib naturally takes huge advantage of our six cores and produces the kind of score to make any archive quiver in fear.

PhotoWorxx and CPU Queen give equally good results showing that the Ultima Raptor is an all round beast.


POV-Ray and CineBench

POV-Ray tests sheer raw processing power, something the 1090T within our Ultima Raptor has in spades. Around a thousand pixels per second per CPU core is impressive stuff in anyones book.

Although CineBench tests the CPU equally as well as POV-Ray, the OpenGL section tests both the accuracy of rendering two images, and how fast the HD5870 can churn the data out. Of course we're all aware of how powerful the 5870 is, and paired with the AMD Phenom II X6 1090T it definitely rocks and rolls, sticking out over 35 FPS.


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Most Recent Comments

27-04-2010, 04:49:53

I Hunta x
Seems a very tidy prebuilt, and gives very nice results, more or less what im planning for my upgrade in the summer.

Top notch review as allways Mr Tom ,Just a quick note tho bottom of the first page there is a spelling mistake btw it says "4gb or ram"Quote

27-04-2010, 07:53:20

not bad,the price isent to expensive ither whats OCUK's premium for this?Quote

27-04-2010, 09:51:44

id be abit ohher abut the psu id expect more psu for the £3 altho i know these corrsair psu's are condiderably the best and can probaly handle it no problem id still expect alittle more punch formy ££Quote

27-04-2010, 10:00:41

650w is more than enough for this system, it will be more economical with this psu instead of a 750w.

If you just want to buy it and use it its perfect.Quote

27-04-2010, 11:01:40

The build quality of their systems never fails to impress me, definitely a pro outfit. If I didn't enjoy putting them together so much I'd choose something like this. They'll even give you phone support for the overclock if it goes wrong (but not if you update the BIOS!).Quote

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