CPU, Memory, and System Benchmarks
AIDA64 AES and HASH
PCMark8 Home Test
3DMark: Cloud Gate
3DMark: Fire Strike
GIGABYTE's X170-Extreme ECC is a solid performer. I found no performance pitfalls or any issues with any major subsystems. ECC memory doesn't seem to have taken a huge toll on performance either. Overall performance is where it should be; the motherboard doesn't show any performance defects.
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