Published on 17th March 2017 by
Originally Posted by HustlerRight now this board is too good for the overclocking capabilities of the Ryzen CPU's.
Originally Posted by Cr@1gOK, what are we comparing this to? Why is there only one benchmark to view per test? Surely you it would have similar spec Intel boards in there for reference?
Originally Posted by AnfieldHas it actually been established yet if the current Ryzen oc capabilities are limited by the CPU or the horribly immature bios versions plaguing all AM4 boards?
Originally Posted by Vault-TecStill, 4ghz isn't a bad start really. Especially when most 1700s seem to be hitting those speeds.
Originally Posted by SpigsyPedantry maybe, but according to Silicon Lottery, only 26% of 1700s are stable at 4ghz, though 77% will hit 3.9GHz.
Originally Posted by CombatusAsus Crosshair VI Hero Review
Originally Posted by SpigsyQuote:Originally Posted by Cr@1gOK, what are we comparing this to? Why is there only one benchmark to view per test? Surely you it would have similar spec Intel boards in there for reference?
How would that help anyone comparing apples to oranges? Obviously BT will flesh out the results as they get more boards to review. How Intel motherboards perform is irrelevant when you're looking at Ryzen, and for the CPU comparisons look elsewhere.
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