Foxconn WinFast NF4SK8AA-8EKRS

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Unreal Tournament 2004 and FarCry

Unreal Tournament 2004 Performance
nForce 4 Deathmatch

 

The widely popular shooter from last year is still used as a benchmarking staple. With large combat arenas and intelligent bots, you can be sure it's putting some strain on your system. Running the DM-Rankin demo, the ASUS A8N Deluxe comes ahead with 286.39 FPS, but the Foxconn WinFast NF4SK8AA-8EKRS is not far behind with 285.8 FPS. Switching to a more stressful test, a round of AS-Convoy, the scores are again similar with the ASUS A8N Deluxe benching at 94.6 FPS, and the Foxconn WinFast NF4SK8AA scoring 93.49FPS. The small performance difference on a more stressful test is a better indication of the board's performance. We run our tests using the lowest quality settings possible in order to minimize the burden on our graphics card. However, this is not how most users choose to game, so it's always important to notice how the board handles a more stressful situation.

Far Cry Performance
Tropical adventure benchmarking

Fighting mercs and mutants while being hunted in a tropical paradise has been a pleasure experience for gamers everywhere since this game's release. FarCry has brought smart AI, amazing graphics, and enormous maps to the gaming scene. It's no wonder that Far Cry is a widely used benchmark. For testing, we used the standard Ubisoft Training and Regulator demos. The Foxconn WinFast NF4SK8AA-8EKRS gets a respectable score of 169.59 FPS in the training demo, and 140.06 FPS in the regulator demo. The ASUS A8N Deluxe tops the chart again with 170.54 FPS in the training demo, and 141.68 FPS in the regulator demo, but the Foxconn board is right there alongside Asus' offering.

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