Synthetic Performance

The Super PI result produced by the MSI X58 Pro-E was quite good, standing on top of the Asus P6T Deluxe by a small margin. The overclocked X58 Pro-E configuration showed some impressive performance gains in Super PI.

The X58 Pro-E was slower than the P6T Deluxe in the CINEBENCH R10 multi-CPU rendering test, but was able to claim the OpenGL rendering test.

We finished off the synthetic application testing phase with WinRAR measuring both single and multi-threading performance. The MSI X58 Pro-E and Asus P6T Deluxe both delivered very similar results.