The Gigabyte A75-UD4H proved to be an overclocking treat, racing past barriers set with Phenom II CPUs, into what is uncharted territory for AMD memory performance, allowing for a whopping 640 MHz overclock on our Mushkin sticks. The clocks you see above were fully stable through games, stability tests, and everything else we could throw at it, making it a quick and snappy system, especially when paired with an SSD. Overclocking helped show how highly optimized the platform is too, with almost every MHz showing some difference.
Overclocked Performance Summary
SuperPi, when overclocked, completed over 5 minutes faster than at stock, a near 25% boost overall.
wPrime, on the other hand, didn't show such significant time gains, however still did get a sizable boost.
Cinebench echoed the other two very closely, at this point, not much of a surprise.
F1 2010 provided the biggest surprise, a near eight FPS increase from stock.