Benchmark Results: Crysis And F1 2010
Crysis is the real-world game that most people think of as a synthetic benchmark, simply because it’s so old and so wildly affected by nearly any difference in hardware. Asus leads at our lower test settings.
MSI tops the chart overall at our highest Crysis settings, though only by excelling at the lowest resolution. Differences this small can often be credited to lady luck, but the overall trend keeps ASRock at the bottom by a miniscule amount.
F1 2010 is even more inconsistent at our lower settings, with differences as large as four frames per second easily credited to chance. A more predictable performance pattern is found at our higher test settings, though differences this small would still be unrecognizable in actual game play.
It had all the features I was looking for at a low enough price to make it very appealing.
Tom's Hardware included the UD4 in its $150-200 motherboard roundup, and the UD5 costs more than $250.
Thank you for the charts tho id love to see one with Maximus IV included x.x ( I edited cause I asked something stupid as in why I dont see it in the chart. Sorry.. Been working all night and no time to read the article. Bits only.And no I obviously hadnt read the title x.x My bad. Happy Easter!
For an even better article also throw in one of each value rated H67 and H61 boards. ($240 vs $130 vs $70 boards)
GA-P67A-UD7 doesn't count?