DFI X58 T3H6 JR mATX Motherboard

Disk I/O Performance

 
HDTach is a free hard disk benchmarking program from SimpliSoftware. This benchmark is not only capable of producing results on hard disk access times but also CPU usage required during disk access. The "Long bench" was run a total of 5 times with the highest and lowest results being omitted and an average calculated from the remaining 3 results.
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
SiSoftware Sandra (the System ANalyser, Diagnostic and Reporting Assistant) is an information & diagnostic utility capable of benchmarking the performance of individual components inside a PC. Each of the benchmarks below were run a total of five times with the highest and lowest scores being discarded and an average being calculated from the remaining three.
 
 

 
Results Analysis

Again, we see there is not a lot to choose between all of the motherboards on test in this test considering all the motherboards are making use of the ICH10R controller. The DFI neither excelled or failed in the run of hard drive benchmarks settiling itself in to the middle of the pack for the majority of tests.

Let's see how the motherboard performs with our multimedia benchmark suite...
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27-04-2009, 08:11:07

JN
"The best things come in small packages so they say. DFI's mATX motherboard is the latest X58 mainboard to arrive at OC3D for analysis. See how it performs in our latest review..." - by W3bbo

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DFI X58 T3H6 JR mATX Motherboard

27-04-2009, 09:26:28

Ham
Nice job webbo.

I'm happy to see more performance mATX boards springing out and actually making it into production. Now we just need one that's 50 less but still as good .

27-04-2009, 09:43:34

Mul.
DFI's X58 Jr. is certainly a quality base to build one mean, micro sized machine. Nice to see that unlike the other Jr. boards, both PCI-E slots are electrically 16x.

Owned a DFI LP Jr. P45 T2RS for a couple of months and was very impressed with it. DFI's mATX range is looking very good indeed

27-04-2009, 10:10:26

tinytomlogan
Id question wether or not you need a dfi matx, as most people clock the whohas out of them and the insane bios options are half the reason why they buy them.

Not something you need in a HTPC, but chioce is never a bad thing.

Great review matey

27-04-2009, 10:21:18

Mul.
Yeah, those that'll make good use of the rediculously high voltage options and tweaking benefits are likely to be using high end or extreme cooling solutions and that usually means either a very large or no case at all.

However, there are those that still want a top end gaming setup but for whatever reason cannot do with a large chassis sitting around. These motherboards allow users to pack high end components into small but capable cases such as the Sugo SG03 and Lian Li V350 series. A somewhat "niche" market but still a market that's worth targeting

28-04-2009, 08:53:40

w3bbo
Agree with everything above.

28-04-2009, 14:22:37

FarFarAway
Fantastic board really. mATX is a great form factor, especially for those who only have a small corner to tuck a PC away in but still want the best.

Looks like DFI hit the nail on the head

Great review matey!
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