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Supermicro C7Z270-PG Pro Gaming Motherboard Review

By: Steven Bassiri | Socket LGA 1150/1151 in Motherboards | Posted: May 17, 2017 4:11 pm
TweakTown Rating: 93%Manufacturer: Supermicro

CPU, Memory, and System Benchmarks

 

CINEBENCH 11.5

 

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wPrime

 

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AIDA64 AES and HASH

 

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AIDA64 FPU

 

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AIDA64 Memory

 

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ScienceMark

 

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HandBrake

 

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3DMark: Fire Strike

 

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3DMark: Cloud Gate

 

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ResidentEvil 6

 

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The C7Z270-PG's performance is excellent in CPU related tasks at stock and when equalized. It does use multi-core enhancement, but to 4.4GHz on all cores instead of 4.5GHz at stock. The motherboard operates quite well in gaming, but because of its PEX8747, there is some latency introduced when using one card. In multi-GPU scenarios, the motherboard would do better.

 

Some motherboard reviews put a lot of weight into motherboard CPU, memory, and GPU benchmarks, but for me, CPU, memory, and GPU benchmarks on motherboards should be more about finding anomalies, and I do that at standard settings (4.8G in graphs).

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