Legit Motherboard Reviews
ASUS F1A75-M Pro AMD APU Motherboard Review
|Date:||Wed, Jun 29, 2011 - 11:00 PM|
|Written By:||Dan Stoltz -|
SATA III 6Gbps Performance Testing
HD Tach is a low level hardware benchmark for random access read/write storage devices such as hard drives, removable drives (ZIP/JAZZ), flash devices, and RAID arrays. HD Tach uses custom device drivers and other low level Windows interfaces to bypass as many layers of software as possible and get as close to the physical performance of the device possible.
The SATA6 Testing was done using Crucial RealSSD C300 256Gb SATA6 SSD drive.
Benchmark Results: The ASUS F1A75-M Pro averaged 278.9MB/s on the read and 195.9MB/s for the write tests. This is below what we saw with the ASUS P8Z68-V Pro.
HD Tune Pro 4.01 is an extended version of HD Tune which includes many new features such as write benchmark, secure erasing, AAM setting, folder usage view, disk monitor, command line parameters and file benchmark.
Benchmark Results: The ASUS F1A75-M Pro was able to hit an average of 286.8MB/s read rate and 221.7MB/s average read rate. The Average read was ~20MB/s below the ASUS P8Z68-V Pro but the average write was just above the Intel system by 1.7MB/s.
Next Page - SuperSpeed USB 3.0 Performance Testing
Page 1 - ASUS F1A75-M Pro Socket FM1 APU Motherboard
Page 2 - ASUS F1A75-M Pro Retail Packaging and Bundle
Page 3 - ASUS F1A75-M Pro Motherboard Layout
Page 4 - ASUS F1A75-M Pro UEFI BIOS
Page 5 - The Legit Reviews Test System
Page 6 - SiSoftware Sandra 2011 SP3 Memory Bandwidth
Page 7 - ASUS F1A75-M Pro IGP directx 9 Performance
Page 8 - ASUS F1A75-M Pro IGP DirectX 11 Performance
Page 9 - ASUS F1A75-M Pro Dedicated Card performance
Page 10 - Futuremark 3DMark11 Synthetic Gaming Benchmark with Discrete Graphics
Page 11 - Futuremark 3DMark Vantage Synthetic Benchmark
Page 12 - Rightmark Audio Analyzer
Page 13 - Network Throughput Testing
Page 14 - SATA III 6Gbps Performance Testing
Page 15 - SuperSpeed USB 3.0 Performance Testing
Page 16 - ASUS F1A75-M Pro System Power Consumption
Page 17 - Final Thoughts and Conclusion