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Wednesday, 21 October 2009 00:40

MSI and ECS 785G tested - 5 Multimedia

Written by Eliot Kucharik

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Review: Upgraded 780G



For our benches we used an AMD Phenom II X4 965 Black Edition, so the graphics-intense benches would not suffer by CPU limitation that much.

Our benchmarks are quite self-explanatory. Intel i5/i7 CPUs are benched without HT and without Turbo to get a clock by clock comparison. While we would also expect that any AMD board should perform at the same level, which is now true on the i5/i7 boards, there are some small differences. Of course you won't noticed them.  

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