ASUS XG-C100C 10GBase-T Network Adapter Review



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Testing & Methodology


Testing a wired network interface’s performance is straightforward and without too much hassle. For this review, I’ve chosen PassMark’s advanced network test and Jperf/Iperf. The combination gives me a lot of customisation options to shape the traffic to my liking.

The PassMark tests are run for 5 minutes each. Here, I will test TCP and UDP connections with variable and fixed packet sizes. After those are done, I’ll turn to Jperf/Iperf and have it run TCP benchmark test with 4, 8, and 16 simultaneous connections.

SuperMicro_X11SAE-Photo-storage and network test setup

Hardware System One

Network

We would like to thank our sponsors for supplying us with the equipment needed to perform these tests.

Software

  • PassMark PerformanceTest Advanced Network Test
  • Jperf/Iperf
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2 Responses to “ASUS XG-C100C 10GBase-T Network Adapter Review”
  1. Daniel Liljeberg says:

    I for sure was expecting to see tests with different cables. Like cat5e, cat6 and cat7 at different lengths to see what speed you could expect from your different existing cabling. Would have been very useful information.

  2. Ireen says:

    Does anybody know the powerusage in idle and at 10 gbit?

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