ASUS TUF X299 Mark 1 Review

SiSoft Sandra

ASUS X299 TUF Mk1 Review

SiSoft Sandra

Sandra echoes the results we saw in AIDA64, where there really isn't much to choose between the three ASUS offerings. Though if there is a slight edge it is to the Strix, but it's very slight.

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19-07-2017, 13:03:37

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

19-07-2017, 13:22:19

Avet
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

AlienALX
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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

Asen
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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