ASUS ROG STRIX B450-F Gaming Motherboard Review

/ 6 years ago

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Our Ryzen 2700X has already proven before that it can hit a very respectable 4.2 GHz all-core overclock. The same is true on the B450 motherboards, and honestly, it didn’t seem to falter one bit with this task. With XFR2, overclocking on Ryzen is less essential than it used to be, but there are some gains to be had if you’re willing to invest in a bigger cooler and deal with the increased power usage. 3DMark scored 20577, and we saw some improvement to the WPprime score, 98.464 down to 91.62. Furthermore, CineBench went from 1802 to 1888. Not a huge improvement, but it’s clear that XFR2 was getting close to the best performance out of the CPU at stock values.

3DMark Firestrike


Cinebench R15

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