In my reviews I have tried to be consistent in regards to the type of benchmarking I do. Running hours of benchmarks so at to get the best all around picture of particular board or product. During the last few reviews a few thing have become apparent. I have found the most benefit from the other labor-intensive benchmarks like the Mad Onion Suite and the ZD Bop scores. These test an entire array of components and bring a lot more into perspective. Other benchmarks such as the Sandra CPU is not as valid to motherboard benchmarking. The CPU scores are pretty consistent no matter what the board due to the benchmark only testing the processor itself. Even though you may not understand what the numbers mean, it is a good idea to compare them to the other boards when trying to evaluate what is best for you. Keep in mind that what ever board you choose, you probably will not have the same equipment as I do and therefore not have the same scores either. The final note is that stability is the paramount issue for me during tests. If a product fails during testing or daily use, it is not going to do well overall.
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