ASUS TUF X299 Mark 1 Review


ASUS X299 TUF Mk1 Review


Another new benchmark, Blender is a fully featured open source 3D Modelling package that supports everything from basic modelling all the way up to animation rigging of models with coded shaders. With our custom OC3D render focused purely on the CPU to process almost 3million Polygons our overclock can save you 3 minutes on the 4K model. Knowledge that makes us wish we had access to Pixar's renderfarm.

Render Scene Model Details
1920x1080 & 3840x2160
2000 Samples (Light rays)
2,943,249 Faces (Polygons)

ASUS X299 TUF Mk1 Review

ASUS X299 TUF Mk1 Review 

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Most Recent Comments

19-07-2017, 13:03:37

Lovely looking board. Like the T-shirt as well dude lol.Quote

19-07-2017, 13:22:19

I love the review. It is heating up with this boards. So many things to put your attention to. That shroud is made for some custom paint.

I love the shirt Tom. It is good that you finally managed to specialize in something. Quote

19-07-2017, 14:07:58

Originally Posted by Avet View Post
I love the shirt Tom. It is good that you finally managed to specialize in something.
Congratulations. My first "actual LOL" today. Quote

20-07-2017, 09:06:14

Hey, Tom, you should probably try the AsRock Fatality board. It's got 12 phases and a beefy vrm heatspreader. It might be an interesting review from that point of viewQuote

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