Now we will run the same tests with the CPU and memory overclocked. The following table shows you the difference in the parameters of our systems.
Once again the Biostar TZ68K+ takes the place it is supposed to take according to its overclocking results. It’s at the bottom of the diagrams together with other mainboards that cannot clock our memory modules at 1866 MHz and have to clock them at 1600 MHz. And once again we see 3DMark11 show expectedly high results for the Biostar although not in the physics test. So, while the physics test provides a true-to-life picture of performance, the overall 3DMark11 scores are not accurate.