Cachemem and Sciencemark
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I told you that you would see this pattern again! The Epox 8K7A pushes the 7DXR away by nearly 8% in the read speed on the same DDR memory. However, it falls behind its rival the same percentage on the write test. I have no way of telling why this is, except that it may change with future bios updates (for both motherboards).
Oddly, the 8K7A performs closer to the speed of the A7V133 in this test than it does to the 7DXR. This program, which simulates particle movement, is much more demanding on the CPU than it is memory, but I am still disappointed by the Epox board’s performance.