Gigabyte X58A UD3R V2 Review
3D Mark Vantage
Finally onto the gaming benchmarks we're following the Unigine results with the UD3R at stock just a bit behind the Sabertooth, but when overclocked even at 4GHz it just edges ahead. In Extreme mode, which with this setup will probably be the one you all use, the difference between stock and overclocked lessens greatly as GPU becomes more of a factor.
What a curious bunch of results. If we can take anything it's that Crysis is as predictable as the missus. The Sabertooth has similar results at both 3GHz and 4.2GHz, but the UD3R is both miles behind and miles ahead. Crytek have never had to bench anything, obviously.
Finally the recently released HAWX 2 benchmark puts everything where we'd expect it to be. Some differences in minimum and maximum frame-rates, but at average which is the one that matters, it's clock speed that is King so the extra overclock of the UD3R v2 helps.