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So it leaves me scratching my head when A-Tuning has been gutted and all the useful tools in it have become their own separate software elements.
The front face of A-Tuning remains the same, with options for a performance mode overclock constant Turbostandard mode normal and power saving slow ramp up to full speed. Personally, I find this overclock menu a little mind-numbing to use.
For overclocking like this, all the options should be in a single screen without scrolling down to find them, and in this circumstance having a sliders with no manual text input reduces the usefulness for all but the most persistent ASRock hardcore overclockers. The System Info tab has its usual array of sensor information, as well as a link to the system browser. In this new A-Tuning, Fan-Tastic Tuning gets its own main tab, offering both manual gradient adjustment and fan testing to find RPM deadzones within a fan profile. Other features in A-Tuning include Tech Service and a basic settings menu. Well for a number of important ones, these migrate out to having their own icons, despite a number of them still retaining the A-Tuning design. The Dehumidifier function also gets pulled out into a separate program, with ASRock Vision 3D 245B XFast LAN funky red fire based taskbar.
Basic options such as a resizable interface were my primary concerns, and half of me is hoping that the only reason these have been extracted from the main interface is because a new A-Tuning design is on the way. Fingers crossed.
On the face of it, they should all perform the same and differ only in the functionality they provide — however this is not the case. The obvious pointers are power consumption, but also the ability ASRock Vision 3D 245B XFast LAN the manufacturer to optimize USB speed, audio quality based on audio codecPOST time and latency.
This can come down to manufacturing process and prowess, so these are ASRock Vision 3D 245B XFast LAN. This method of power reading allows us to compare the power management of the UEFI and the board to supply components with power under load, and includes typical PSU losses due to efficiency. These are the real world values that consumers may expect from a typical system minus the monitor using this motherboard. While this method for power measurement may not be ideal, and you feel these numbers are not representative due to the high wattage power supply being used we use the same PSU to remain consistent over a series of reviews, and the fact that some boards on our test bed get tested with three or four high powered GPUsthe important point to take away is the relationship between the numbers.
These boards are all under the same conditions, and thus the differences between them should be easy to spot. While the ASRock was not strictly the lowest consumer of power at idle, when we look at the idle to load differential, it shows a 73W gain for the iK, compared to the W seen on the MSI. This is in part because we saw a number of the early motherboard BIOSes overestimate the load voltage required at stock, as well as an element of MultiCore Turbo keeping voltages high. But in this case, because the ASRock does not have multicore turbo, it saves power at the wall. A lot of this is dependent on the board itself, and POST boot time is determined by the controllers on board and the sequence of how those extras are organized. This is the time from pressing the ON button on the computer to when Windows 7 starts loading.
We discount Windows loading as it is highly variable given Windows specific features.
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Because this is still early days for the Z platform, POST times are seemingly all over the place as motherboard manufacturers optimize their boot routines. Rightmark Audio Analyzer 6.
AA indicates how well the sound system is built and isolated from electrical interference either internally or externally. For this test we connect the Line Out to the Line In using a short six inch 3. The files transferred are a 1. Due to the introduction of USB 3.
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We still use the same data set as before, but now use the new device. Finally you can take out the heatpipe and change a new MXM card. Then, the drivers compatible to your system can be auto-detected and listed on the support CD driver page. Please follow the order from up to bottom side to install those required drivers. Utility Memu Chapter 8 Utility Menu The utilities meu shows the applications and other software that this product sup- ports.
Instant Boot 8. Installation 8. Execute the Instant Boot installation program under Windows. In Hardware Monitor, it shows the major readings of your system.
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Page 24 Hardware Monitor In the Hardware Monitor section, i t s h o w s t h e m a j o r r e a d i n g s o f your system. Page 25 Overclocking and over-voltage may affect your system stability, or even cause damage to your hardware devices.
NVIDIA® GeForce GTM Graphics (with 1GB GDDR3 VRAM), Supports Blu-ray 3D playback, NVIDIA® 3D Vision, 3DTV Play Capable. Vision 3D B. *DDR3 is only supported with Intel® Core i5 and above CPU.
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