Asus Blitz Extreme P35 Socket 775 Motherboard

Results - Cinebench & 3DMark


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.

Asus Blitz Extreme Cinebench

Asus Blitz Extreme Cinebench


3DMark is a popular synthetic gaming benchmark used by many gamers and overclockers to gauge the performance of their PC's. All 3DMark runs were performed 3 times with averages being calculated from each of the results.

Asus Blitz Extreme 3DMark05

Asus Blitz Extreme 3DMark06

Result Observations

In both the Cinebench and 3DMark benchmarking suites the difference in results between the boards was fairly minimal. However, it has to be said that the Blitz Extreme did pip the other two boards to the post in every benchmark but 3DMark05, where it fell behind by a fairly insignificant 50 points.
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Most Recent Comments

16-08-2007, 16:42:37

they've taken there previous motherboards, and just tweaked them to make them slightly better, added a higher pricetag, and shoved it on the market, genious really

oh, and great review


16-08-2007, 16:55:54

I think ASUS fans will like this especially, for the reasons ionicle states. Though it does imply that this latest tweak will allow u to get that much more % of an oc.

Outside of this review, I`d like to see a study where some1 takes 1 set of a full pc hardware install, and install the OS on it a large number of times. Each time take the benchmarks like XMS has used, and find out how much a difference u get in terms of a % each time. It`ll be small, I`d think, but it would add proof to my thinking that one board beating another in a finite benchmark doesn`t necessarily mean anything, unless it goes over a %.

My theory being, u build a setup and install u`r OS fully and u`ll get 1 result. Next time around, wipe the drive, and re-install everything and u`r result will be off by a few %.Quote

16-08-2007, 17:31:19

No generally that's not the case actually as I have done that a couple of times for varying reasons. You get a score almost exactly identical, shown especially by the benchmarks on these three boards that are exactly the sameQuote

16-08-2007, 18:14:52

Big question:

Is it better than the IP35 Pro Quote

16-08-2007, 20:07:06

great review, I enjoyed reading it.Quote

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