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Intel DZ87KLT-75K LGA1150 Desktop Motherboard Review

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x264HD 5.0 Benchmark Tests

Tech ARP’s x264 HD Benchmark comprises the Avisynth video scripting engine, an x264 encoder, a sample 1080P video file, and a script file that actually runs the benchmark. The script invokes four two-pass encoding runs and reports the average frames per second encoded as a result. The script file is a simple batch file, so you could edit the encoding parameters if you were interested, although your results wouldn’t then be comparable to others.

This is another example of a useful benchmark that’s based on real-world code. I like encoding benchmarks since they’re one of the few tests that can measure a real-world use of the power of modern multi-core processors. I like this particular benchmark since it’s the best “overclock killer” I’ve seen: systems that will run most stress tests all day long with a given set of overclock settings will crash on this benchmark.

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Results scale as expected with this purely CPU-bound benchmark. Auto and manual overclocking boost results by 12% and 22% in Pass 1 and 11% and 21% in Pass 2.

I describe my overclocking experience with this board in the next section.


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