CPU Moderator, VC&G Moderator, Elite Member
- May 16, 2002
That can't be your true clockspeed during that run.this one slightly lower:
Happy to report my temps are better though, CPU never went over 58c during the multi-core test
Well, thats a nice score for 32 cores. I will stick to 225 watt for my 64.I have the power limit capped at 600W in BIOS. It typically runs (everything) between 4.2 and 4.4! Custom liquid, CPU temp never goes higher than 50°C. I'd never try this on mid range cooling!
I'm using an Asus ROG Extreme II Zenith board, BIOS 0702. Alpha version on order, should be in hand any day now! That should come in handy for 3990X!
Still slacking on RAM though, 14-14-14-14-35 @2666MHz. Will OC to 3000 with looser timings but isn't exactly stable. May try a 3200 kit but I desperately need to bump to 256GB so not too worried about speed.
I noticed that myself.. But i think it comes down to more mature drivers/bios compared to when the 3950x got released and benched by the reviewers.To ask a silly question, how come you are getting a much better single core score than all the website/YouTube reviewers are getting?
Lets see if i can remember@Det0x What all did you set in PBO? We are on the same motherboard and bios version.
I just did my first Cinebench run on my 3950x here a bit ago, with Ryzen Master Open, and noted that TDC was limiting me despite being right around 60C through the run. This is the first software I've run that pushed TDC to the limit, as I've mostly been playing with video encoding so far.
So I then went into the bios and raised PPT to 165 watts, TDC to 110A, and EDC to 170A. My results were 9143multi / 510 single with all 3 of these limits hovering at 99/100% in Ryzen Master on the multi run.
Geardown mode makes it CL20 instead of CL19 as u cant run odd numbers with it enabled..Looking at your Ryzen Master shot, it looks like you really gave her a lot of room to breath on PPT @ >4000 watts and TDC @ >4000 amps.
I'm surprised your EDC wasn't limiting your performance more at only 145A.
I'm on 16gigs of ram at 4266MHz with CAS 20. It's supposed to be CAS19, but for whatever reason it always boots at 20 and never asks me if this is ok and never crashes with the 19 setting. It's like it just ignores it and goes to 20. Anyway, I imagine cinebench is more sensitive to latency than bandwidth?
I'm on a 480mm rad custom water.
Power plan is ryzen performance.
I just increased PPT to 175 watts in PBO, and also TDC to 120A, and EDC to 180A and got a 9250 in Cinebench multi. Through most of the run, PPT and EDC were pegged at 100% and TDC was at 97%. I imagine if I increase these limits more, I'll score higher again, but I think I'm gonna look at RAM for a bit and see what I can come up with there.
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