XFX nForce 630i Socket 775 mATX Motherboard

Synthetic CPU & Memory 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.
Sandra CPU Arithmatic Drystone
Dandra CPU Arithmatic Whetstone
Sandra CPU Multimedia Int
Sandra CPU Multimedia Float
SiSoft Sandra Memory Bandwidth
SiSoft Sandra Memory Bandwidth - Float  
Everest is in many ways similar to Sisoft Sandra. Focusing mainly on Software and Hardware information reporting, Everest also comes with a benchmark utility suitable for testing the read, write and latency performance of the memory subsystem. Each of these benchmarks were performed a total of 5 times with the highest and lowest scores being discarded and an average calculated from the remaining 3.
Everest Read 
Everest Write
Everest Latency
Result Observations
The XFX nForce 630i performed quite well in comparison to the 'BearLake' equipped P5KPL-VM motherboard as far as Sandra's CPU Multimedia and CPU Arithmatic benchmarks. However, the inclusion of single channel memory on the XFX nForce 630i became apparent in both the Sandra and Everest memory benchmarks.
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Most Recent Comments

26-02-2008, 19:59:05

Another HTPC type of motherboard, this time from XFX

How does it do? Clicky here to find outQuote

27-02-2008, 04:08:22

any chance of seeing how it performs rendering 1080p HD video (ie percentage of cpu power used) as im in a process of looking for htpc (to go with my 40" 1080p sammy yummy!) mobo and would love to know hows the hd playback on this one.Quote

27-02-2008, 04:23:46

I can do that for you mate Quote

27-02-2008, 05:27:06

Does the IGPU do 1080p?Quote

28-02-2008, 12:03:57

"During the overclocking phase of this review it is interesting to note that the chipset heatsink was frightfully hot to the touch, and more than likely detrimental to the overall performance of the motherboard. "

when nVidia went from having separate nb & sb on 6xxx IGP to an all in one on 7xxx I'm sure that it became cheaper for them to produce (& hence probably more profitable for them) but it definitely resulted in increased chipset temps.

I've got abit's I-N73HD based on the same chipset here to play with once I acquire a spare CPU.Quote

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