Asus TUF Gaming B760-PLUS WIFI D4 Mainboard Review – Z690/DDR5 or B760/DDR4?


In Blender, I use the BMW 27 scene. The Corona Renderer might be old, but it provides valuable insights into the CPU’s rendering capabilities.

Davinci Resolve is one of the best video editing apps, even in its free version. I use it to extract a 4K video without utilizing the GPU’s capabilities.

The stronger GPU didn’t boost Cinebench, Blender, Keyshot, and Corona’s performance. On the other hand, in Davinci Resolve, the rendering time dropped a lot.

Media Encoding

I convert a 4K video to HD format with 30 frames per second with Handbrake, using three different compression algorithms.

Puget Benchmarks

Puget is a PC-building company specializing in video editing systems. They’ve created several benchmark tests for popular video and photo editing applications to evaluate their systems. They were also kind enough to provide free (and paid) versions of them to the rest of the world.

There was a slight drop in Photoshop, but the RTX 4090 improved performance in Premiere.

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2 thoughts on “Asus TUF Gaming B760-PLUS WIFI D4 Mainboard Review – Z690/DDR5 or B760/DDR4?

  1. Sorry, but those numbers cannot be correct. B760 has no OC, enforced power limits, thus 241W to the CPU for a max of 56 seconds.
    That would explain the VRM and CPU temps, because with that VRM, that cooler, and 350+W into the CPU, the VRM and CPU temps would not be that low even on Mars.

    1. I have powenetics measuring CPU power consumption in real-time, throughout all tests. In gaming, the PSU doesn’t have to go full power, while in apps the difference is 10%! So the numbers are correct, yes.

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