As we continue looking at our Worldbench results, it is interesting to see that the results here are almost the exact opposite of the first tests that we saw. Here, the Asrock board either out-scores or ties the Gigabyte DS3 in all the tests except for the Roxio VideoWave test. The results though really indicate that there is very little real-world-performance difference between these two boards when it comes to stock settings. Once again, it is interesting to note that the Asrock board was able to hold up very well, especially considering it was running memory at DDR2 667 compared to the DDR2 800 settings on the Gigabyte board. The ASRock is also half the price of the Gigabyte, which is something to keep in mind if you are just wanting a basic setup.