ASUS Prime X299 Deluxe Motherboard26th June 2017
ASUS PRIME X299 Deluxe Motherboard - Gaming Performance Tests
ASUS PRIME X299 Deluxe – Ashes of The Singularity
Stardock’s Ashes of the Singularity RTS title is a new take on the historic genre. The game incorporates several things that many pc gamers have been curious about and anxious to try for themselves such as Explicit Multi-Adapter Support and full Asynchronous Compute under DirectX 12 API. We tested the game at 1440P with 4x MSAA on Crazy Settings under DirectX 12.
ASUS PRIME X299 Deluxe – Battlefield 1
Battlefield 1 is the kind of game that doesn’t need any real introduction. The latest installment of the Battlefield series is as beautiful as anyone would expect and comes right out of the gate with full DX11 and DX12. EA and DICE did a fantastic job with their AAA WW1 shooter this time by implementing some key gaming technologies. We tested the game at 1440P using Ultra settings and DirectX 11 API.
ASUS PRIME X299 Deluxe – DOOM
In 2016, Id finally released Doom. My testing wouldn’t be complete without including this title. It’s a hell fest featuring fast paced FPS action and tons of demons to kill. The latest title is based on both Vulkan and OpenGL APIs that take advantage of the latest multi-core and multi-GPU upgrades.
ASUS PRIME X299 Deluxe – GTA V
GTA V is one handsomely optimized title for the PC audience. It’s scalable across various PC configurations and delivers an impressive frame rate. Rockstar did an amazing job with the PC build of GTA V and it comes with a large array of settings that can be configured by PC gamers. We tested the title at 1440P with everything set to Ultra and 4x MSAA.
ASUS PRIME X299 Deluxe – Mass Effect Andromeda
Being a huge fan of the Mass Effect series, I was highly anticipating the arrival of Andromeda to store shelves. Now that it’s here, I put the fastest gaming card to the test. Using Frostbite, the latest Mass Effect title looks incredibly gorgeous and the open world settings on the different planets immerses you a lot.
ASUS PRIME X299 Deluxe – Rise of the Tomb Raider
The latest Rise of the Tomb Raider title gets lots of graphical enhancements added by Crystal Dynamics and Nixxes, including hardware tessellation, increased anisotropic filtering, additional dynamic foliage, increased LOD, additional PureHair strands, sun soft shadows, and improved bokeh DOF. We tested the game at 1440P under DirectX 12 API.
ASUS PRIME X299 Deluxe – Sid Meir’s Civilization VI
Civilization VI is the pinnacle of the series. It’s featured huge, sweeping changes, and nothing was left out. Everything has found a purpose, they all work together in tandem but also have a reason to stand alone. It uses a more fleshed out engine that now supports DirectX 12 capabilities. We tested the game with every setting maxed out (4x MSAA, 4096×4096 shadow textures) at 1440P in DirectX 12.
ASUS PRIME X299 Deluxe – Watch Dogs 2
Watch Dogs 2 once again takes us on a hacking tour, but this time in the city of San Francisco. Using a very evolved version of the OPUS engine the developers should have a better grasp on things this go around than they did with Watch Dogs. The new engine incorporates several NVIDIA Gameworks technologies and is seen as one of the most graphics intensive titles to launch this year. We tested the game on a mix of Ultra and high settings at 1440P (Temporal Filtering Disabled).
- 1. Introduction
- 2. Intel Core-X 'Skylake-X' and 'Kaby Lake-X' Processor Family - Core i9, Core i7 and A Core i5 (For HEDT????)
- 3. ASUS PRIME X299 Deluxe Motherboard- Features
- 4. ASUS PRIME X299 Deluxe Motherboard- Unboxing
- 5. ASUS PRIME X299 Deluxe Motherboard- Accessories
- 6. ASUS PRIME X299 Deluxe Motherboard- Close Up
- 7. Test Setup
- 8. ASUS PRIME X299 Deluxe Motherboard - CPU / Memory Performance Tests
- 9. ASUS PRIME X299 Deluxe Motherboard - Gaming Performance Tests
- 10. ASUS PRIME X299 Deluxe Motherboard - Power Consumption Tests
- 11. ASUS PRIME X299 Deluxe Motherboard - Cooler Performance and Temperatures
- 12. ASUS PRIME X299 Deluxe Motherboard - Conclusion