Gigabyte GA-790FXTA-UD5 Motherboard Review

9. Media Playback11. SATA 6GB/s // USB 3 Performance


Gaming (CounterStrike/World In Conflict: Soviet Assault)

Counter-Strike Source was tested at 1024×768 with default detail.


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World In Conflict: Soviet Assault

WIC was tested at 2560×1600 with 2x anti-aliasing and 4x anisotropic filtering. All in game details were set to very high.


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To test gaming performance we ran our systems through two scenarios. The first uses Counter Strike Source to test the performance when the CPU/Memory/Motherboard are the limiting factors. World In Conflict allows us to see how each system performs in a real-world gaming test.

Overall the results follow a similar trend to the rest of the review with Gigabyte offering the best performance.

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