ASUS Pro WS C621-64L SAGE/10G Performance Testing
As a quick note here, the most comparable results will be to the Supermicro X11SPA-T and ASUS ROG Dominus Extreme here. Both use the same CPU. We added a few other platforms into the mix to show comparison points, but these three solutions are all using the Xeon W-3275.
ASUS Pro WS C621-64L SAGE/10G Motherboard AIDA64 Memory Test
AIDA64 memory bandwidth benchmarks (Memory Read, Memory Write, and Memory Copy) measure the maximum achievable memory data transfer bandwidth.
We have 6x 32GB DDR4-2933R (25-21-21-47 CR1) sticks on our test platform which boosts memory read speeds a great deal. The ASUS Pro WS C621-64L SAGE/10G motherboard showed the fastest memory speeds of the three motherboards we have tested with the W-3275.
ASUS Pro WS C621-64L SAGE/10G Motherboard Cinebench R15
Here are our Cinebench R15 results:
Interestingly this motherboard had the best single-thread performance of the three platforms we tested with the Xeon W-3275, but it did not have the best multi-thread performance.
ASUS Pro WS C621-64L SAGE/10G Motherboard Cinebench R20
We have not run Cinebench R20 in our reviews but will start doing so in future reviews.
We have only just started using Cinebench R20, it again shows the same pattern of high single-thread scores that we saw on the R15 test.
ASUS Pro WS C621-64L SAGE/10G Motherboard Geekbench 4
Geekbench is another benchmark that follows the high single-thread performance trend, this time beating the ASUS ROG Dominus Extreme in multi-thread results.
ASUS Pro WS C621-64L SAGE/10G Motherboard 3DMark PCI Express Bandwidth
3DMark feature tests are special tests designed to highlight specific techniques, functions or capabilities. The 3DMark PCI Express feature test is designed to measure the bandwidth available to your GPU over your computer’s PCI Express interface.
The test aims to make bandwidth the limiting factor for performance. It does this by uploading a large amount of vertex and texture data to the GPU for each frame. The result of the test is the average bandwidth achieved during the test.
Next, we are going to look at system performance benchmarks.