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ECS A75F-A (AMD A75) Motherboard Review (Page 11)

By: Shawn Baker from Jul 29, 2011 @ 9:08 CDT
TweakTown Rating: 88%Manufacturer: ECS

Core Temperature

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Again, because we're relying on companies own software to read the temperature of our APUs, we're not putting as much emphasis on the results. The ECS software actually reported when the system was at idle that our APU was running at 0c. We figured that wasn't right, so ignored that number. As for load numbers, they don't look too bad and of course, as we ramp up the voltage when we overclock, that load temp does jump up a bit.

Power Draw Tests

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Looking at power draw, we can see the ECS board looks pretty good and falls in line with our other boards. Overclocking again of courses increases our power draw a little, because we're running extra voltage through our board.

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