MSI X299 Gaming Pro Carbon Review

CineBench R15

MSI X299 Pro Gaming Carbon Review

CineBench R15

CineBench R15 is an old favourite here at OC3D Towers, being fast to run, responsive to system capabilties and free to all who wish to test it. The slightly lower clock speed on the Carbon makes a difference in the overclocked test, although the opposite is true at stock where it's up near the top with the TUF.

MSI X299 Pro Gaming Carbon Review  


MSI X299 Pro Gaming Carbon Review  

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01-08-2017, 00:50:13

CPU30
So are you going to review the MSI X299 XPower Gaming AC next (since you already previewed it and piqued our curiosity)?Quote

01-08-2017, 07:13:03

tinytomlogan
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Originally Posted by CPU30 View Post
So are you going to review the MSI X299 XPower Gaming AC next (since you already previewed it and piqued our curiosity)?
Not 'next' no dude. It should be fairly soon though. Could of other things in the queue first.Quote

01-08-2017, 09:37:55

AlienALX
The SLi plus has the same issue with overclocking too. Pretty sure a bios update will sort it. It's not like MSI to be behind the pack.Quote
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