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I can but more concerning is the NUMA mode that can't go away! On the most up to date Win10 Enterprise it shows single socket and L3 cache properly. I put 2019 Server Datacenter on another drive and ran updates until it says it's up to date and that actually shows it as a dual socket system!

Here is the selection from the task manager



There is a 0 option in the BIOS which should disable NUMA but it doesn't change this behavior. Under 'set affinity' options there are two processing groups of 64 cores and by default it only shows it using one group. The other group is assignable but affinity isn't always settable by the user - even admin.

I did run some blender files on the 10 Enterprise install and those render times did scale quite nicely. Socket power use over 700W according to HWinfo with average core close to 4.1GHz. Temp in the 50s. Using a Heatkiller IV solid copper block that's piped into a chilled water loop maintained at 18°C. That tap is off a system with about 30 tons capacity so there's room for some more o/c. I'd like to see what 4.4GHz across all cores is capable of! ;)
 
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I can but more concerning is the NUMA mode that can't go away! On the most up to date Win10 Enterprise it shows single socket and L3 cache properly. I put 2019 Server Datacenter on another drive and ran updates until it says it's up to date and that actually shows it as a dual socket system!
I do believe this a windows problem and not a bios setting based on the 3990x review here on anandtech.
Handbrake is available on linux if you want to see how well that 3990 scales.
 

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RankUserCPUGHzsecondsfps/core/GHzfpsArchitectureCores
1Fir3990x 64/128
4.10​
94.86
0.073​
19.04​
Zen 264
2Fir3970x 32/64
4.15​
105.63
0.129​
17.10​
Zen 232
3DaPoets3960X 24/48
4.00​
123.66
0.152​
14.60​
Zen 224
4Charlie22911*7980XE 18/36
4.37​
141.12
0.163​
12.80​
Skylake18
5YBS1*3950x 16/32
3.50​
154.72
0.208​
11.67​
Zen 216
6Micromd2 - Xeon 8260L ES 48/96
2.80​
156.99
0.086​
11.50​
Cascade Lake48
7MarkfwEPYC 7742 64/128
3.00​
162.97
0.058​
11.08​
Zen64
8Bavor3950x 16/32
4.05​
169.73
0.164​
10.64​
Zen 216
9KjboughtonE5-2696 2x18 36/72
3.99​
174.06
0.072​
10.38​
Broadwell36
10DrMrLordX3900x 12/24
4.35​
191.78
0.180​
9.42​
Zen 212
11rvborghQuad Opteron (48xK10)
3.00​
200.00
0.063​
9.03​
Piledriver48
12Muadib3900x 12/24
4.30​
202.15
0.173​
8.93​
Zen 212
13Cata407840xe 18/36
3.40​
211.00
0.140​
8.56​
Skylake18
14Fir2990WX 32/64
4.10​
216.35
0.064​
8.35​
Zen+32
15Markfw1950x 16/32
3.80​
242.49
0.122​
7.45​
Zen16
16mrpiggyE5-2699 18/36
3.70​
253.41
0.107​
7.13​
Haswell18
17eek21211950x 16/32
4.10​
254.04
0.108​
7.11​
Zen16
18RobertR19900k 8/16 (52C/47UC)
5.20​
254.98
0.170​
7.08​
Coffee Lake8
19LexingtonianQuad Opteron 6386
3.50​
275.66
0.029​
6.55​
Piledriver64
20Kenmitch*Ryzen 7 3700x 8/16
3.97​
279.43
0.203​
6.46​
Zen 28
21CricketSP9900k 8/16
4.90​
281.80
0.163​
6.41​
Coffee Lake8
22kmm00009900k 8/16
4.60​
290.96
0.169​
6.21​
Coffee Lake8
23Makaveli3800x 8/16
4.90​
292.40
0.158​
6.18​
Zen 28
24TillausHamburgXeon ES QL1L 20/40
2.00​
297.54
0.152​
6.07​
Skylake SP20
25sdifox3700x 8/16
4.00​
306.52
0.184​
5.89​
Zen 28
26Chaotic429700k 8/8
5.00​
311.03
0.145​
5.81​
Coffee Lake8
27XabanakFanatik5960x 8/16
4.70​
319.84
0.150​
5.65​
Haswell8
28DooKey7820X 8/16
4.50​
320.75
0.156​
5.63​
Skylake8
29epsilon 848700K 8/16 (5/4.9)
5.00​
340.42
0.133​
5.31​
Coffee Lake8
30JoeRambo8700k 8/16 (4.8/4.4)
4.80​
342.38
0.137​
5.27​
Coffee Lake8
31mjdupuis8700k 8/16 (4.8/4.8)
4.80​
347.50
0.135​
5.20​
Coffee Lake8
32IEC8700K 8/16 (4.7/4.7)
4.70​
359.41
0.134​
5.02​
Coffee Lake8
33aclos33600x 6/12
4.04​
367.20
0.203​
4.92​
Zen 26
34CakeMonster8700k 8/16 (4.9/4.6)
4.90​
379.09
0.122​
4.76​
Coffee Lake8
35cmdrdredd8700K 8/16 (4.7/4.5)
4.70​
386.65
0.124​
4.67​
Coffee Lake8
36rgba8700 8/16
4.30​
387.57
0.135​
4.66​
Coffee Lake8
37MarkfwE5-2696v3 14/28
2.50​
394.29
0.131​
4.58​
Broadwell14
38YeroonRyzen 3600 6/12
3.60​
402.25
0.208​
4.49​
Zen 26
39Markfw2700x 8/16
4.10​
404.44
0.136​
4.47​
Zen+8
40Dan057Ryzen 2700 8/16
4.00​
410.08
0.138​
4.40​
Zen+8
41lightmanekRyzen 7 2700x 8/16
4.00​
414.34
0.136​
4.36​
Zen+8
42.vodkaRyzen 1700x 8/16
3.95​
416.04
0.137​
4.34​
Zen8
43pjmssnDual Xeon E5-2690 16/32
2.90​
416.47
0.093​
4.34​
Sandy Bridge EP16
44Bburninatortech42700x 8/16
4.00​
423.90
0.133​
4.26​
Zen+8
45Franz3162700x 8/16
3.80​
429.95
0.138​
4.20​
Zen+8
46AnnoyedGruntRyzen 7 2700x 8/16
4.10​
430.94
0.128​
4.19​
Zen+8
47richaronRyzen 1700 6/12 (Ubuntu 18.04)
3.70​
434.68
0.187​
4.15​
Zen6
48CrackRabbit2700x 8/16
3.80​
440.29
0.135​
4.10​
Zen+8
49DespoilerRyzen 1700 8/16
3.90​
444.03
0.130​
4.07​
Zen8
50ArisVir*2700 8/16
3.80​
454.14
0.131​
3.98​
Zen+8
51dfentonRyzen 1700 8/16
3.70​
476.90
0.128​
3.79​
Zen8
52CuriousMike9600k 6/6
4.40​
477.30
0.143​
3.78​
Coffee Lake6
53XenonRyzen 5 1600AF 6/12
4.00​
504.29
0.149​
3.58​
Zen+6
54monkeydelmagico*Ryzen 1600 AF 6/12
4.09​
504.45
0.146​
3.58​
Zen6
55William GaatjesRyzen 2600 6/12 (memory 3200)
3.60​
519.91
0.161​
3.47​
Zen6
56mjdupuisRyzen 2600x 6/12
4.20​
520.30
0.138​
3.47​
Zen+6
57ChippyUKi5-8400 6/6
4.00​
558.91
0.135​
3.23​
Coffee Lake6
58ywasmdi5 8400 6/6
4.00​
562.68
0.134​
3.21​
Coffee Lake6
59gamervivekRyzen 1600 6/12
3.50​
593.10
0.145​
3.05​
Zen6
60CronoReverse4790k 4/8
4.50​
644.52
0.156​
2.80​
Haswell4
61Hulk*4770K 4/8
3.90​
754.96
0.153​
2.39​
Haswell4
62jones3774770K 4/8
3.90​
768.63
0.151​
2.35​
Haswell4
63Nathan Gall4770K 4/8
3.90​
775.24
0.149​
2.33​
Haswell4
64Junky228Xeon w3690 6/12
4.00​
877.63
0.086​
2.06​
Westmere EP6
65Imported_stryfe2600k 4/8
4.50​
951.72
0.105​
1.90​
Sandy Bridge4
66Bubbleawsomei5-7300HQ (laptop) 4/4
3.20​
1022.42
0.138​
1.77​
Kaby Lake4
67Hulk*8250u 4/8 (Surface 2 laptop)
2.50​
1067.13
0.169​
1.69​
Kaby Lake R4
68NickatNight1980FX8320 4/8
4.16​
1117.63
0.097​
1.62​
Piledriver4
69Xenoni5-1035G4 4/8
2.10​
1126.01
0.191​
1.60​
Ice Lake4
70Xenoni5-3570k 4/4
4.00​
1206.06
0.094​
1.50​
Ivy Bridge4
71Xenon*FX-6300 6/6
4.10​
1336.18
0.055​
1.35​
Piledriver6
72mylesromi5-3570 4/4
3.80​
1399.56
0.085​
1.29​
Ivy Bridge4
73dfentoni5-3570s 4/4
3.60​
1586.81
0.079​
1.14​
Ivy Bridge4
74Imported_stryfei5-750 4/4
2.80​
2012.80
0.080​
0.90​
Lynnfield4
75Slim FanPentium Silver J5005 (NUK) 4/4
2.80​
2631.13
0.061​
0.69​
Goldmont Plus4
76PeterScottCore 2 Quad Q9400 4/4
3.20​
2655.10
0.053​
0.68​
Yorkfield4
77ywasmdi5 3210 (Macbook Pro) 2/4
3.10​
3144.79
0.093​
0.57​
Ivy Bridge2
77Fanatical MeatQ9650 4/4
3.00​
3439.20
0.044​
0.53​
Yorkfield4
78dfentonCeleron N3450 (laptop) 4/4
2.20​
5099.43
0.040​
0.35​
Apollo Lake4
79dfentonCeleron 2957U 2/2
1.40​
6027.14
0.107​
0.30​
Haswell2
 

Fir

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I do believe this a windows problem and not a bios setting based on the 3990x review here on anandtech.
Handbrake is available on linux if you want to see how well that 3990 scales.
I'm familiar with Linux on controllers, servers, etc. (CLI only)
I'm guessing I'd need to use a GUI based distro.
I am open to any suggestions on distros to try. Got plenty of bandwidth and space to burn! :)
 

Yeroon

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I'm familiar with Linux on controllers, servers, etc. (CLI only)
I'm guessing I'd need to use a GUI based distro.
I am open to any suggestions on distros to try. Got plenty of bandwidth and space to burn! :)
If you're comfortable with CLI, you might be able to get away without a gui:

Now, I am not great at it so cant say it will work 100%, but it does seem like its possible.

As for using a GUI linux, I'm on Linux Lite, which is based on ubuntu 18.04 LTS/Debian. Its got a windows pre win8 style start/feel, but I like it since its a fairly lean install. I'm sure theres a gui based version of whatever command line you are comfortable with.
 

Gideon

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I'm familiar with Linux on controllers, servers, etc. (CLI only)
I'm guessing I'd need to use a GUI based distro.
I am open to any suggestions on distros to try. Got plenty of bandwidth and space to burn! :)
Oddly it seems that Intel's Clear Linux might be the fastest distro to try out (comparison to other distros):

And with 3990x in particular:
 
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Fir

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Ok up and running on Intel(r) Clear Linux Project.

Here's what I found:

encoded 1806 frames in 111.36s (16.22 fps), 11820.04 kb/s, Avg QP:29.09

[01:24:24] CPU: AMD Ryzen Threadripper 3990X 64-Core Processor
[01:24:24] - logical processor count: 64

Shouldn't logical processor count show 128?

As you can see, it's considerable worse than Win10! :(
 

Yeroon

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Ok up and running on Intel(r) Clear Linux Project.

Here's what I found:

encoded 1806 frames in 111.36s (16.22 fps), 11820.04 kb/s, Avg QP:29.09

[01:24:24] CPU: AMD Ryzen Threadripper 3990X 64-Core Processor
[01:24:24] - logical processor count: 64

Shouldn't logical processor count show 128?

As you can see, it's considerable worse than Win10! :(
Didn't expect it to only see 1/2 your threads on linux, though after some reading it seems the x265 encoder is limited to 64 threads unless told otherwise:
https://x265.readthedocs.io/en/default/cli.html (check out the pools info section)

Also, from the log file :x265 [info]: Coding QT: max CU size, min CU size : 64 / 8

You can possibly add options for more threads in the video tab of handbrake, in the more settings window.
pools=n:frame-threads=n

I was not able to get it to use less than 12 threads on my 3600, but since I dont have 64 cores I cant figure out if its possible to get it to use more.
 
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Best on Windows 10 1909 so far

HandBrake 1.3.1 (2020010400)
OS: Microsoft Windows NT 10.0.18363.0
CPU: AMD Ryzen Threadripper 3990X 64-Core Processor
Ram: 261888 MB,
GPU Information:
NVIDIA Quadro RTX 8000 - 26.21.14.4250
Screen: 7680×4320

encoded 1806 frames in 94.28s (19.15 fps), 11820.04 kb/s, Avg QP:29.09
 

vernieman

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Best on Windows 10 1909 so far

HandBrake 1.3.1 (2020010400)
OS: Microsoft Windows NT 10.0.18363.0
CPU: AMD Ryzen Threadripper 3990X 64-Core Processor
Ram: 261888 MB,
GPU Information:
NVIDIA Quadro RTX 8000 - 26.21.14.4250
Screen: 7680×4320

encoded 1806 frames in 94.28s (19.15 fps), 11820.04 kb/s, Avg QP:29.09
64 cores 🤤🤤🤤
 

vernieman

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HandBrake 1.3.2 (2020050300)
OS: Microsoft Windows NT 10.0.18363.0
CPU: Intel(R) Core(TM) i5-10600K CPU @ 4.10GHz
Ram: 16305 MB,
GPU Information:
NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1060 6GB - 26.21.14.4614
Screen: 2560x1440

encoded 1806 frames in 398.30s (4.53 fps), 11820.04 kb/s, Avg QP:29.09
 

HairNutz

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Windows 10 Pro
Build 19041.508
Handbrake x64 1.1.0

i7 8700k @ stock clocks 3.7ghz / 4.7ghz turbo
16gb quad channel ddr4 @ 3000MHz
encoded 1806 frames in 402.55s (4.49 fps), 11820.04 kb/s, Avg QP:29.09

i7 8700k OC @ 4.9ghz / undervolted 1.28
16gb quad channel ddr4 @ 3000MHz
encoded 1806 frames in 360.37s (5.01 fps), 11820.04 kb/s, Avg QP:29.09
 
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encoded 1806 frames in 430.69s (4.19 fps), 11820.04 kb/s, Avg QP:29.09

R7 1700 - 3800MHz @ 1.32v LLC0, relaxed EDC on, performance bias on, DDR4-3466 15-15-15-35 1T + Stilt's 3466MHz profile. Daily settings

----------------------------------------------------------

encoded 1806 frames in 416.04s (4.34 fps), 11820.04 kb/s, Avg QP:29.09

R7 1700 - 3950MHz @ 1.43v LLC4, relaxed EDC on, performance bias on, DDR4-3466 15-15-15-35 1T + Stilt's 3466MHz profile. As far as it'll go
Updating my entry.

3900x, PBO +100MHz, stock PPT TDC EDC values, -0.075mV undervolt, LLC auto
encoded 1806 frames in 200.82s (8.99 fps), 11820.04 kb/s, Avg QP:29.09

3900x, per CCX OC (4375, 4375, 4325, 4300) 1.25v LLC3 as found by 1usmus' CTR tool
encoded 1806 frames in 190.61s (9.47 fps), 11820.04 kb/s, Avg QP:29.09

Both cases, 1900MHz fclk, 4x16GB DDR4-3800 16-20-16-16-36-56 1T+GDM, tuned secondaries and tertiaries

Twice as fast over my old maxed out 1700. Not too bad!
 
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3900x, PBO +100MHz, stock PPT TDC EDC values, -0.075mV undervolt, LLC auto
encoded 1806 frames in 200.82s (8.99 fps), 11820.04 kb/s, Avg QP:29.09

3900x, per CCX OC (4375, 4375, 4325, 4300) 1.25v LLC3 as found by 1usmus' CTR tool
encoded 1806 frames in 190.61s (9.47 fps), 11820.04 kb/s, Avg QP:29.09
Just curious, what is the effective TDP between these two? 1usmus' CTR tool seems to be great at getting more efficiency, so I wonder if that shows here too. Thanks in advance!
 

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Just curious, what is the effective TDP between these two? 1usmus' CTR tool seems to be great at getting more efficiency, so I wonder if that shows here too. Thanks in advance!

Have a look.

Tweaked boost, -0.075mV undervolt, stock PPT TDC EDC (142 95 140) LLC auto




Per CCX (4375, 4375, 4325, 4300) 1.25v LLC3. This has no PPT TDC EDC limits, CPU will draw whatever it needs



-----------------------------------------------

Ignore most of the voltage readouts on the ASUS WMI section, the C6H has a crappy 22mV resolution steps for these things. Not reliable. The CPU's own SVI2 TFN telemetry on the other hand is reliable and the motherboard's VRM output agrees with the CPU's telemetry

Effective clock speed on every core is much faster on the manual overclock, power per core is lower, temperature is a few degrees higher, power consumption is similar although without any limits, it pulls more current. Increasing PPT TDC EDC limits on the boost algorithm doesn't result in what you see on the manual OC, just temperatures well into the 80°C range and lower clock speeds.

Per CCX OC is definitely more efficient if you have a good chip and a multithreaded enough workload to take advantage of it. Just need to be careful with vcore, ~1.25v is safe enough for the average Zen2 chip, but without knowing your chip's own FIT limit, it's a bit of an unknown on reliability and possible degradation if you hit it too hard with high current workloads most of the time.

I'm using a big air cooler. With a big AIO or custom loop, the boost algorithm could probably do better. Having said that, per CCX OC doesn't make much sense on this 3900x as it is a good sample that boosts high with these tweaks:



4375MHz results in ~540 single core, but the per CCX OC results in ~8900 MT (around a stock 3950x in this bench)
 

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Have a look.

Tweaked boost, -0.075mV undervolt, stock PPT TDC EDC (142 95 140) LLC auto




Per CCX (4375, 4375, 4325, 4300) 1.25v LLC3. This has no PPT TDC EDC limits, CPU will draw whatever it needs



-----------------------------------------------

Ignore most of the voltage readouts on the ASUS WMI section, the C6H has a crappy 22mV resolution steps for these things. Not reliable. The CPU's own SVI2 TFN telemetry on the other hand is reliable and the motherboard's VRM output agrees with the CPU's telemetry

Effective clock speed on every core is much faster on the manual overclock, power per core is lower, temperature is a few degrees higher, power consumption is similar although without any limits, it pulls more current. Increasing PPT TDC EDC limits on the boost algorithm doesn't result in what you see on the manual OC, just temperatures well into the 80°C range and lower clock speeds.

Per CCX OC is definitely more efficient if you have a good chip and a multithreaded enough workload to take advantage of it. Just need to be careful with vcore, ~1.25v is safe enough for the average Zen2 chip, but without knowing your chip's own FIT limit, it's a bit of an unknown on reliability and possible degradation if you hit it too hard with high current workloads most of the time.

I'm using a big air cooler. With a big AIO or custom loop, the boost algorithm could probably do better. Having said that, per CCX OC doesn't make much sense on this 3900x as it is a good sample that boosts high with these tweaks:



4375MHz results in ~540 single core, but the per CCX OC results in ~8900 MT (around a stock 3950x in this bench)
Wowzers, those are excellent numbers for MT indeed. Thanks again!
 

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RankUserCPUGHzsecondsfps/core/GHzfpsArchitectureCores
1Fir3990x 64/1284.1094.280.07319.04Zen 264
2Fir3970x 32/64
4.15​
105.63
0.129​
17.10​
Zen 232
3DaPoets3960X 24/48
4.00​
123.66
0.152​
14.60​
Zen 224
4Charlie22911*7980XE 18/36
4.37​
141.12
0.163​
12.80​
Skylake18
5YBS1*3950x 16/32
3.50​
154.72
0.208​
11.67​
Zen 216
6Micromd2 - Xeon 8260L ES 48/96
2.80​
156.99
0.086​
11.50​
Cascade Lake48
7MarkfwEPYC 7742 64/128
3.00​
162.97
0.058​
11.08​
Zen64
8Bavor3950x 16/32
4.05​
169.73
0.164​
10.64​
Zen 216
9KjboughtonE5-2696 2x18 36/72
3.99​
174.06
0.072​
10.38​
Broadwell36
10.vodka3900x 12/24
4.35​
190.61
0.182​
9.47​
Zen 212
11DrMrLordX3900x 12/24
4.35​
191.78
0.180​
9.42​
Zen 212
12rvborghQuad Opteron (48xK10)
3.00​
200.00
0.063​
9.03​
Piledriver48
13Muadib3900x 12/24
4.30​
202.15
0.173​
8.93​
Zen 212
14Cata407840xe 18/36
3.40​
211.00
0.140​
8.56​
Skylake18
15Fir2990WX 32/64
4.10​
216.35
0.064​
8.35​
Zen+32
16Markfw1950x 16/32
3.80​
242.49
0.122​
7.45​
Zen16
17mrpiggyE5-2699 18/36
3.70​
253.41
0.107​
7.13​
Haswell18
18eek21211950x 16/32
4.10​
254.04
0.108​
7.11​
Zen16
19RobertR19900k 8/16 (52C/47UC)
5.20​
254.98
0.170​
7.08​
Coffee Lake8
20LexingtonianQuad Opteron 6386
3.50​
275.66
0.029​
6.55​
Piledriver64
21Kenmitch*Ryzen 7 3700x 8/16
3.97​
279.43
0.203​
6.46​
Zen 28
22CricketSP9900k 8/16
4.90​
281.80
0.163​
6.41​
Coffee Lake8
23kmm00009900k 8/16
4.60​
290.96
0.169​
6.21​
Coffee Lake8
24Makaveli3800x 8/16
4.90​
292.40
0.158​
6.18​
Zen 28
25TillausHamburgXeon ES QL1L 20/40
2.00​
297.54
0.152​
6.07​
Skylake SP20
26sdifox3700x 8/16
4.00​
306.52
0.184​
5.89​
Zen 28
27Chaotic429700k 8/8
5.00​
311.03
0.145​
5.81​
Coffee Lake8
28XabanakFanatik5960x 8/16
4.70​
319.84
0.150​
5.65​
Haswell8
29DooKey7820X 8/16
4.50​
320.75
0.156​
5.63​
Skylake8
30epsilon 848700k 6/12 (5/4.9)
5.00​
340.42
0.177​
5.31​
Coffee Lake6
31JoeRambo8700k 6/12 (4.8/4.4)
4.80​
342.38
0.183​
5.27​
Coffee Lake6
32mjdupuis8700k 6/12 (4.8/4.8)
4.80​
347.50
0.180​
5.20​
Coffee Lake6
33IEC8700k 6/12 (4.7/4.7)
4.70​
359.41
0.178​
5.02​
Coffee Lake6
34HairNuts8700k 6/12
4.90​
360.37
0.170​
5.01​
Coffee Lake6
35aclos33600x 6/12
4.04​
367.20
0.203​
4.92​
Zen 26
36CakeMonster8700k 8/12 (4.9/4.6)
4.90​
379.09
0.122​
4.76​
Coffee Lake8
37cmdrdredd8700k 6/12 (4.7/4.5)
4.70​
386.65
0.124​
4.67​
Coffee Lake8
38rgba8700k 6/12
4.30​
387.57
0.135​
4.66​
Coffee Lake8
39MarkfwE5-2696v3 14/28
2.50​
394.29
0.131​
4.58​
Broadwell14
40verniemanIntel 10600k 6/12
4.80​
398.30
0.157​
4.53​
Comet Lake6
41YeroonRyzen 3600 6/12
3.60​
402.25
0.208​
4.49​
Zen 26
42Markfw2700x 8/16
4.10​
404.44
0.136​
4.47​
Zen+8
43Dan057Ryzen 2700 8/16
4.00​
410.08
0.138​
4.40​
Zen+8
44lightmanekRyzen 7 2700x 8/16
4.00​
414.34
0.136​
4.36​
Zen+8
45.vodkaRyzen 1700x 8/16
3.95​
416.04
0.137​
4.34​
Zen8
46pjmssnDual Xeon E5-2690 16/32
2.90​
416.47
0.093​
4.34​
Sandy Bridge EP16
47Bburninatortech42700x 8/16
4.00​
423.90
0.133​
4.26​
Zen+8
48Franz3162700x 8/16
3.80​
429.95
0.138​
4.20​
Zen+8
49AnnoyedGruntRyzen 7 2700x 8/16
4.10​
430.94
0.128​
4.19​
Zen+8
50richaronRyzen 1700 6/12 (Ubuntu 18.04)
3.70​
434.68
0.187​
4.15​
Zen6
51CrackRabbit2700x 8/16
3.80​
440.29
0.135​
4.10​
Zen+8
52DespoilerRyzen 1700 8/16
3.90​
444.03
0.130​
4.07​
Zen8
53ArisVir*2700 8/16
3.80​
454.14
0.131​
3.98​
Zen+8
54dfentonRyzen 1700 8/16
3.70​
476.90
0.128​
3.79​
Zen8
55CuriousMike9600k 6/6
4.40​
477.30
0.143​
3.78​
Coffee Lake6
56XenonRyzen 5 1600AF 6/12
4.00​
504.29
0.149​
3.58​
Zen+6
57monkeydelmagico*Ryzen 1600 AF 6/12
4.09​
504.45
0.146​
3.58​
Zen6
58William GaatjesRyzen 2600 6/12 (memory 3200)
3.60​
519.91
0.161​
3.47​
Zen6
59mjdupuisRyzen 2600x 6/12
4.20​
520.30
0.138​
3.47​
Zen+6
60ChippyUKi5-8400 6/6
4.00​
558.91
0.135​
3.23​
Coffee Lake6
61ywasmdi5 8400 6/6
4.00​
562.68
0.134​
3.21​
Coffee Lake6
62gamervivekRyzen 1600 6/12
3.50​
593.10
0.145​
3.05​
Zen6
63CronoReverse4790k 4/8
4.50​
644.52
0.156​
2.80​
Haswell4
64Hulk*4770K 4/8
3.90​
754.96
0.153​
2.39​
Haswell4
65jones3774770K 4/8
3.90​
768.63
0.151​
2.35​
Haswell4
66Nathan Gall4770K 4/8
3.90​
775.24
0.149​
2.33​
Haswell4
67Junky228Xeon w3690 6/12
4.00​
877.63
0.086​
2.06​
Westmere EP6
68Imported_stryfe2600k 4/8
4.50​
951.72
0.105​
1.90​
Sandy Bridge4
69Bubbleawsomei5-7300HQ (laptop) 4/4
3.20​
1022.42
0.138​
1.77​
Kaby Lake4
70Hulk*8250u 4/8 (Surface 2 laptop)
2.50​
1067.13
0.169​
1.69​
Kaby Lake R4
71NickatNight1980FX8320 4/8
4.16​
1117.63
0.097​
1.62​
Piledriver4
72Xenoni5-1035G4 4/8
2.10​
1126.01
0.191​
1.60​
Ice Lake4
73Xenoni5-3570k 4/4
4.00​
1206.06
0.094​
1.50​
Ivy Bridge4
74Xenon*FX-6300 6/6
4.10​
1336.18
0.055​
1.35​
Piledriver6
75mylesromi5-3570 4/4
3.80​
1399.56
0.085​
1.29​
Ivy Bridge4
76dfentoni5-3570s 4/4
3.60​
1586.81
0.079​
1.14​
Ivy Bridge4
77Imported_stryfei5-750 4/4
2.80​
2012.80
0.080​
0.90​
Lynnfield4
77Slim FanPentium Silver J5005 (NUK) 4/4
2.80​
2631.13
0.061​
0.69​
Goldmont Plus4
78PeterScottCore 2 Quad Q9400 4/4
3.20​
2655.10
0.053​
0.68​
Yorkfield4
79ywasmdi5 3210 (Macbook Pro) 2/4
3.10​
3144.79
0.093​
0.57​
Ivy Bridge2
80Fanatical MeatQ9650 4/4
3.00​
3439.20
0.044​
0.53​
Yorkfield4
81dfentonCeleron N3450 (laptop) 4/4
2.20​
5099.43
0.040​
0.35​
Apollo Lake4
82dfentonCeleron 2957U 2/2
1.40​
6027.14
0.107​
0.30​
Haswell2
 

vernieman

Junior Member
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Just did this:
HandBrake 1.3.3 (2020061300)
OS: Microsoft Windows NT 10.0.18363.0
CPU: AMD Ryzen 3 3300X 4-Core Processor
RAM: 16GB DDR4-3200 T-Force
Mobo: MSI MPG B550I Gaming Edge Wi-Fi
GPU Information: AMD Radeon RX 5600 XT - 26.20.15029.27017
Cooling: MAG Core Liquid 240R
Storage: Samsung 960 EVO 250GB, SanDisk Plus III SSD 480GB, WD Blue SN550 1TB, WD Red 6TB
PSU: EVGA 500W 80+ Bronze
Screen: 1920x1080

encoded 1806 frames in 533.20s (3.39 fps), 11820.04 kb/s, Avg QP:29.09
 

Hulk

Platinum Member
Oct 9, 1999
2,774
172
106
It would be nice to get a couple Zen 3 and Comet Lake scores on the board.
 

bgt

Senior member
Oct 6, 2007
572
3
81
HandBrake 1.3.2 (2020050300)
OS: Microsoft Windows NT 10.0.19042.0
CPU: AMD Ryzen 5 3600X 6-Core Processor
Ram: 49077 MB,
GPU Information:
NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1050 - 26.21.14.3200
Screen: 3840x2160

CPU is not OCed
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encoded 1806 frames in 373.32s (4.84 fps), 11820.04 kb/s, Avg QP:29.09
 

EvilRick

Member
Dec 4, 2003
187
0
76
HandBrake 1.3.3 (2020061300)
OS: Microsoft Windows NT 10.0.19042.0
CPU: AMD Ryzen 7 2700 Eight-Core Processor
Ram: 16334 MB,
GPU Information:
AMD Radeon RX 5700 XT - 27.20.14501.18003
Screen: 3440x1440

(4.1 GHz | VCORE = 1.35 | SoC = 1.0125 | LLC =3 | DRAM = 1.4)

encoded 1806 frames in 394.30s (4.58 fps), 11820.04 kb/s, Avg QP:29.09

 

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