XFX 650i Ultra Socket 775 Motherboard

Test Reults - Cinebench and HD Tach

CineBench CPU Rendering

Cinebench is a benchmarking tool based on the powerful 3D software Cinema 4D. Consequently, the results of tests conducted using Cinebench carry significant weight when analysing a computer’s performance in everyday use.

xfx 650i ultra cinebench cpu

Showing single and dual core CPU cores, the XFX board is coloured green above. The board came out top in the CPU testing which again is very impressive for such a well-priced board.

Cinebench Graphics Benchmark (OpenGL)

Cinebench's test of OpenGL rendering is taxing on even the fastest systems, how will the XFX do?

xfx 650i ultra gpu cinebench testing

The graph above shows software and hardware GPU rendering scores for our Cinebench testing. The XFX board is again coloured green. The board scored well on software rendering although falls somewhat behind in hardware rendering, which is strange. After some repeated testing the results were checked and double-checked. Seems a little odd though, considering how well the XFX did in gaming and I can only assume the memory subsystem is holding the board back here.

HD Tach

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. It simply tests the hard drives in a nice quick and easy test.

XFX 650i ultra HD Tach

Scoring about average in the hard drive IO testing, the XFX works your CPU a little harder than the others, but only by a %.

Again with the nVidia 600 series, the XFX scores well in the graphical and game related benchmarks so this is worth bearing in mind.
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Most Recent Comments

05-06-2007, 12:17:42

JN
"XFX are well known for producing high-quality, high-speed graphics cards. Now they're stepping it up and getting into main-boards. I take a look at the 650i Ultra and see if they do as good a job"

http://www.overclock3d.net/gfx/artic...135425942s.jpg

Posted on behalf of Kempez... Read Here

05-06-2007, 12:23:15

robump
Thats pretty cool, i went for evga 680i though, by the way your link to the forums on the review is dead.

When you review stuff do you just get given it to test?

Did you get my pm?

Thanks

Rob

05-06-2007, 12:40:11

ionicle
cool review, i didnt expect that board to do so well tbh

05-06-2007, 12:45:12

ali_james
Nice review, glad you pointed out the green! My 15quid Epox board is green

05-06-2007, 13:17:59

equk
Cool review

I find it wierd that people are talking about mobo's (or hardware in general) when they mention 'colour schemes' etc

Reminds me of this thread

Quote:
Originally Posted by name='XMS'
Agreed! it won't be long before we have colour coded processors, ram and graphics cards that match up with the relevant slots on the motherboard (or are Gigabyte already doing this with their technicoloured mobo's) :P
Not like the old days

05-06-2007, 14:39:06

JN
Quote:
Originally Posted by name='equk'

Not like the old days
QT. I remember marveling at one of Abits first mobo's that used a brownish PCB and thinking how cool that was compared to the green ones. Of course the PCI slots were white and the AGP,RAM and PATA slots black.

05-06-2007, 16:49:03

BUFF
it's the same 650i Ultra nVidia reference mobo as eVga (& no doubt others) also provide.

bit surprised that it isn't significantly cheaper than a 650i SLI solution though.

13-06-2007, 06:28:44

FarFarAway
Quote:
Originally Posted by name='BUFF'
it's the same 650i Ultra nVidia reference mobo as eVga (& no doubt others) also provide.

bit surprised that it isn't significantly cheaper than a 650i SLI solution though.
Ye I was slightly surprised at that too

Not a BAD mobo, just nothing special
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