ASUS Crossblade Ranger (FM2+) Motherboard Review

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Memory Performance


For our memory tests we use the built in memory benchmarks in AIDA64 Engineer and SiSoft Sandra. For more details on each of the benchmarks please see here and here respectively.

AIDA64 Engineer

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Memory perforance isn’t very impressive for Steamroller but that’s not something we can penalise ASUS for; I’ve seen similar results on a Gigabyte A88X motherboard last year.

SiSoft Sandra

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SiSoft shows similar results but it is important to note that this synthetic memory performance has very little impact on the “real world” performance. Real world performance is dictated more by the CPU performance.

Combined Latency Test

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Memory latency is similar to Intel’s X99, but that’s a quad-channel implementation. AMD’s Richland FM2 APUs have much better memory performance; remember you could use a Richland based Athlon X4 760K/A10-6800K in this system if you so desired.

Article Index

  1. Introduction and Closer Look
  2. The Test System and Test Software
  3. BIOS and Overclocking
  4. Software Overview
  5. CPU Performance
  6. GPU Performance
  7. Memory Performance
  8. SATA, M.2 and USB Performance
  9. Networking Performance
  10. Audio Performance
  11. Power Consumption
  12. Final Thoughts
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