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Originally Posted by tozsambut a post code readout that transforms into a CPU temp readout is, as far as I know, unique
Originally Posted by Articleassuming, of course, that youve paired it with a K-series LGA1156 CPU)
Originally Posted by b1candySo you didn't test the Hydra software or the results for multiple GPU slots occupied, and the board came essentially last in all the benchmarks, and it STILL GOT 62%? What does a motherboard manufacturer have to do to get a sub 50% score? Take a dump in the review box?
It's hard to take these numbers seriously, if everything gets 60%+. 50% should be average, and it should be the standard. 80% should be a golden standard, and 90%+ for board of the year. What I'm going to do from now on is take 50 marks off of every score I read at bit-tech, and that's the result out of 50. So in reality, this board gets 12/50, or 24%. That score tells me it's a board to avoid. 62% gives out the wrong message, or it's to not discourage Sapphire from providing bit-tech with review samples.
Originally Posted by Farfalho
...Quote:Originally Posted by Articleassuming, of course, that youve paired it with a K-series LGA1156 CPU) I think you mean LGA1155 their, after all it's a Z68 chipset not a LGA1156 chipset (P55 or H55)
Originally Posted by geeblesUhh, no. Its a P67 Board (so sandy bridge) therefore LGA1156. Did you read the article? Or even the title!?
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