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ASRock Fatal1ty X99 Professional Motherboard Review

3DMark

We used 3DMark‘s ‘Fire Strike’ benchmark which is designed to be used on gaming PCs. We opted for the Normal setting, NOT the Extreme mode.

3dmark

Sandra Processor Arithmetic

sandra arith

Sandra Memory Bandwidth

sandra mem band

ASRock's Fatal1ty series flagship puts in decent numbers for our first set of system benchmarks. Memory bandwidth numbers are down against the competing solutions due to a different kit being used, although CPU arithmetic results are positive.

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  3. You guys make some weird choices. You have trouble using the 2666MMhz g.skill memory and opted to use memory from Corsair, but later in the review you say that the 3000Mhz G.Skill memory was performing fine. So why not do the main tests with the 3000Mhz memory instead of 2666Mhz memory from another manufacturer. It seems to me that the 3000Mhz and 2666Mhz memory modules of G.Skill are closer to each other than 2666Mhz memory from different manufacturers..

  4. so what’s better for gaming the z170 or the x99