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Ryzen 5 1600AF @4.0 ghz
16gb ddr4 @3200mhz

encoded 1806 frames in 504.29s (3.58 fps), 11820.04 kb/s, Avg QP:29.09

I tried to run @4.1 ghz but crashed at the start. Upped voltage to 1.30 then crashed at 90%. I guess I'll stay at 4.0 ghz.

Edit: Ran it on a couple more machines.

I5-3570k
16gb ddr3 2400

1206.06s (1.50 fps)

I5-1035G4 1.1ghz 3.7 boost 4c/8t (250 dollar Walmart special dell laptop)
8gb ddr4 2666

1126.01s (1.60 fps)
 
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Update. If you don't see your score it's because I'm not including any scores where the CPU frequency (average) during the test isn't known. Send me the frequency during the run and I'll add your rig.

RankUserCPUGHzsecondsfpsArchitectureCoresGHz/fps x #cores
1Micromd2 - Xeon 8260L ES 48/96
3.9​
156.99​
11.50​
Cascade Lake48
16.273​
2KjboughtonE5-2696 2x18 36/72
3.99​
174.06​
10.38​
Broadwell36
13.844​
3KjboughtonE5-2696 2x16 32/32 (no HT)
3.99​
192.66​
9.37​
Broadwell32
13.621​
4DrMrLordX3900x 12/24
4.1​
198.75​
9.09​
Zen 212
5.414​
5rvborghQuad Opteron (48xK10)
3​
200​
9.03​
Piledriver48
15.947​
6Cata407840xe 18/36
3.4​
211​
8.56​
Skylake18
7.150​
7Fir2990WX 32/64
4.1​
216.35​
8.35​
Zen+32
15.717​
8Markfw1950x 16/32
3.8​
242.49​
7.45​
Zen16
8.164​
9mrpiggyE5-2699 18/36
3.7​
253.41​
7.13​
Haswell18
9.345​
10eek21211950x 16/32
4.1​
254.04​
7.11​
Zen16
9.228​
11LexingtonianQuad Opteron 6386
3.5​
275.66​
6.55​
Piledriver64
34.190​
12CricketSP9900k 8/16
4.9​
281.8​
6.41​
Coffee Lake8
6.117​
13sdifox3700x 8/16
3.94​
287.06​
6.29​
Zen 28
5.010​
14CricketSP9900k 8/16
4.7​
291.87​
6.19​
Coffee Lake8
6.077​
15Makaveli3800x 8/164.9
292.4​
6.18​
Zen 28
6.347​
19TillausHamburgXeon ES QL1L 20/40
2​
297.54​
6.07​
Skylake SP20
6.590​
16Chaotic429700k 8/8
5​
311.03​
5.81​
Coffee Lake8
6.889​
17XabanakFanatik5960x 8/16
4.7​
319.84​
5.65​
Haswell8
6.659​
18DooKey7820X 8/16
4.5​
320.75​
5.63​
Skylake8
6.394​
20epsilon 848700K 8/16 (5/4.9)
5​
340.42​
5.31​
Coffee Lake8
7.540​
21JoeRambo8700k 8/16 (4.8/4.4)
4.8​
342.38​
5.27​
Coffee Lake8
7.280​
22mjdupuis8700k 8/16 (4.8/4.8)
4.8​
347.5​
5.20​
Coffee Lake8
7.389​
23IEC8700K 8/16 (4.7/4.7)
4.7​
359.41​
5.02​
Coffee Lake8
7.483​
24aclose33600x 8/16
4​
367.2​
4.92​
Zen 28
6.506​
25CakeMonster8700k 8/16 (4.9/4.6)
4.9​
379.09​
4.76​
Coffee Lake8
8.228​
26cmdrdredd8700K 8/16 (4.7/4.5)
4.7​
386.65​
4.67​
Coffee Lake8
8.050​
27rgba8700 8/16
4.3​
387.57​
4.66​
Coffee Lake8
7.382​
28MarkfwE5-2696v3 14/28
2.5​
394.29​
4.58​
Broadwell14
7.641​
29Markfw2700x 8/16
4.1​
404.44​
4.47​
Zen+8
7.345​
30lightmanekRyzen 7 2700x 8/16
4​
414.34​
4.36​
Zen+8
7.342​
31.vodkaRyzen 1700x 8/16
3.95​
416.04​
4.34​
Zen8
7.280​
32pjmssnDual Xeon E5-2690 16/32
2.9​
416.47​
4.34​
Sandy Bridge EP16
10.700​
33Franz3162700x 8/16
3.8​
429.95​
4.20​
Zen+8
7.237​
34.vodkaRyzen 1700x 8/16
3.8​
430.69​
4.19​
Zen8
7.250​
35AnnoyedGruntRyzen 7 2700x 8/16
4.1​
430.94​
4.19​
Zen+8
7.827​
36richaronRyzen 1700 6/12 (Ubuntu 18.04)
3.7​
434.68​
4.15​
Zen6
5.343​
37CrackRabbit2700x 8/16
3.8​
440.29​
4.10​
Zen+8
7.411​
38DespoilerRyzen 1700 6/12
3.9​
444.03​
4.07​
Zen6
5.753​
39dfentonRyzen 1700 6/12
3.7​
476.9​
3.79​
Zen6
5.862​
40XenonRyzen 5 1600AF 6/12
4​
504.29​
3.58​
Zen+6
6.702​
41William GaatjesRyzen 2600 6/12 (memory 3200)
3.6​
519.91​
3.47​
Zen6
6.218​
42mjdupuisRyzen 2600x 6/12
4.2​
520.3​
3.47​
Zen+6
7.260​
43ChippyUKi5-8400 6/6
4​
558.91​
3.23​
Coffee Lake6
7.427​
44ywasmdi5 8400 6/6
4​
562.68​
3.21​
Coffee Lake6
7.477​
45William GaatjesRyzen 2600 6/12 (memory 2933)
3.6​
577.26​
3.13​
Zen6
6.904​
46gamervivekRyzen 1600 6/12
3.5​
593.1​
3.05​
Zen6
6.897​
47CronoReverse4790k 4/8
4.5​
644.52​
2.80​
Haswell4
6.424​
48Hulk4770K 4/8
3.9​
754.96​
2.39​
Haswell4
6.521​
49jones3774770K 4/8
3.9​
768.63​
2.35​
Haswell4
6.639​
50Nathan Gall4770K 4/8
3.9​
775.24​
2.33​
Haswell4
6.696​
51Junky228Xeon w3690 6/12
4​
886.67​
2.04​
Westmere EP6
11.783​
52Imported_stryfe2600k 4/8
4.5​
951.72​
1.90​
Sandy Bridge4
9.486​
53Bubbleawsomei5-7300HQ (laptop) 4/4
3.2​
1022.42​
1.77​
Kaby Lake4
7.246​
54Hulk8250u 4/8 (Surface 2 laptop)
2.5​
1067.13​
1.69​
Kaby Lake R4
5.909​
55NickatNight1980FX8320 4/8
4.16​
1117.63​
1.62​
Piledriver4
10.298​
56Xenoni5-3570k 4/4
3.8​
1206.06​
1.50​
Ivy Bridge4
10.151​
57mylesromi5-3570 4/4
3.8​
1399.56​
1.29​
Ivy Bridge4
11.779​
58dfentoni5-3570s 4/4
3.6​
1586.81​
1.14​
Ivy Bridge4
12.652​
59Imported_stryfei5-750 4/4
2.8​
2012.8​
0.90​
Lynnfield4
12.482​
60Slim FanPentium Silver J5005 (NUK) 4/4
2.8​
2631.13​
0.69​
Goldmont Plus4
16.317​
61PeterScottCore 2 Quad Q9400 4/4
3.2​
2655.1​
0.68​
Yorkfield4
18.818​
62ywasmdi5 3210 (Macbook Pro) 2/4
3.1​
3144.79​
0.57​
Ivy Bridge2
10.796​
63Fanatical MeatQ9650 4/4
3​
3439.2​
0.53​
Yorkfield4
22.852​
64dfentonCeleron N3450 (laptop) 4/4
2.2​
5099.43​
0.35​
Apollo Lake4
24.848​
65dfentonCeleron 2957U 2/2
1.4​
6027.14​
0.30​
Haswell2
9.344​
 
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I think this is pretty interesting. I added a column named "efficiency" which is basically how fast each core in the system running at 1GHz can render in fps. For example, if you have a 4 core system running at 4GHz that renders the test at 2fps then each core running at 1GHz is rendering at a rate of 0.125fps. The higher the number the better your cores are at this test. Of course this penalizes the CPU's with high core counts because Handbrake doesn't seem to fully utilize cores well after about 10 or so cores. Just another way to look at the data.

RankUserCPUGHzsecondsefficiency (fps/core/GHz)fpsArchitectureCores
1sdifox3700x 8/16
3.94​
287.06​
0.200​
6.29​
Zen 28
2richaronRyzen 1700 6/12 (Ubuntu 18.04)
3.70​
434.68​
0.187​
4.15​
Zen6
3DrMrLordX3900x 12/24
4.10​
198.75​
0.185​
9.09​
Zen 212
4DespoilerRyzen 1700 6/12
3.90​
444.03​
0.174​
4.07​
Zen6
5dfentonRyzen 1700 6/12
3.70​
476.9​
0.171​
3.79​
Zen6
6Hulk8250u 4/8 (Surface 2 laptop)
2.50​
1067.13​
0.169​
1.69​
Kaby Lake R4
7CricketSP9900k 8/16
4.70​
291.87​
0.165​
6.19​
Coffee Lake8
8CricketSP9900k 8/16
4.90​
281.8​
0.163​
6.41​
Coffee Lake8
9William GaatjesRyzen 2600 6/12 (memory 3200)
3.60​
519.91​
0.161​
3.47​
Zen6
10Makaveli3800x 8/164.90
292.4​
0.158​
6.18​
Zen 28
11DooKey7820X 8/16
4.50​
320.75​
0.156​
5.63​
Skylake8
12CronoReverse4790k 4/8
4.50​
644.52​
0.156​
2.80​
Haswell4
13aclose33600x 8/16
4.00​
367.2​
0.154​
4.92​
Zen 28
14Hulk4770K 4/8
3.90​
754.96​
0.153​
2.39​
Haswell4
15TillausHamburgXeon ES QL1L 20/40
2.00​
297.54​
0.152​
6.07​
Skylake SP20
19jones3774770K 4/8
3.90​
768.63​
0.151​
2.35​
Haswell4
16XabanakFanatik5960x 8/16
4.70​
319.84​
0.150​
5.65​
Haswell8
17Nathan Gall4770K 4/8
3.90​
775.24​
0.149​
2.33​
Haswell4
18XenonRyzen 5 1600AF 6/12
4.00​
504.29​
0.149​
3.58​
Zen+6
20Chaotic429700k 8/8
5.00​
311.03​
0.145​
5.81​
Coffee Lake8
21gamervivekRyzen 1600 6/12
3.50​
593.1​
0.145​
3.05​
Zen6
22William GaatjesRyzen 2600 6/12 (memory 2933)
3.60​
577.26​
0.145​
3.13​
Zen6
23Cata407840xe 18/36
3.40​
211​
0.140​
8.56​
Skylake18
24Franz3162700x 8/16
3.80​
429.95​
0.138​
4.20​
Zen+8
25Bubbleawsomei5-7300HQ (laptop) 4/4
3.20​
1022.42​
0.138​
1.77​
Kaby Lake4
26.vodkaRyzen 1700x 8/16
3.80​
430.69​
0.138​
4.19​
Zen8
27mjdupuisRyzen 2600x 6/12
4.20​
520.3​
0.138​
3.47​
Zen+6
28.vodkaRyzen 1700x 8/16
3.95​
416.04​
0.137​
4.34​
Zen8
29JoeRambo8700k 8/16 (4.8/4.4)
4.80​
342.38​
0.137​
5.27​
Coffee Lake8
30lightmanekRyzen 7 2700x 8/16
4.00​
414.34​
0.136​
4.36​
Zen+8
31Markfw2700x 8/16
4.10​
404.44​
0.136​
4.47​
Zen+8
32rgba8700 8/16
4.30​
387.57​
0.135​
4.66​
Coffee Lake8
33mjdupuis8700k 8/16 (4.8/4.8)
4.80​
347.5​
0.135​
5.20​
Coffee Lake8
34CrackRabbit2700x 8/16
3.80​
440.29​
0.135​
4.10​
Zen+8
35ChippyUKi5-8400 6/6
4.00​
558.91​
0.135​
3.23​
Coffee Lake6
36ywasmdi5 8400 6/6
4.00​
562.68​
0.134​
3.21​
Coffee Lake6
37IEC8700K 8/16 (4.7/4.7)
4.70​
359.41​
0.134​
5.02​
Coffee Lake8
38epsilon 848700K 8/16 (5/4.9)
5.00​
340.42​
0.133​
5.31​
Coffee Lake8
39MarkfwE5-2696v3 14/28
2.50​
394.29​
0.131​
4.58​
Broadwell14
40AnnoyedGruntRyzen 7 2700x 8/16
4.10​
430.94​
0.128​
4.19​
Zen+8
41cmdrdredd8700K 8/16 (4.7/4.5)
4.70​
386.65​
0.124​
4.67​
Coffee Lake8
42Markfw1950x 16/32
3.80​
242.49​
0.122​
7.45​
Zen16
43CakeMonster8700k 8/16 (4.9/4.6)
4.90​
379.09​
0.122​
4.76​
Coffee Lake8
44eek21211950x 16/32
4.10​
254.04​
0.108​
7.11​
Zen16
45dfentonCeleron 2957U 2/2
1.40​
6027.14​
0.107​
0.30​
Haswell2
46mrpiggyE5-2699 18/36
3.70​
253.41​
0.107​
7.13​
Haswell18
47Imported_stryfe2600k 4/8
4.50​
951.72​
0.105​
1.90​
Sandy Bridge4
48Xenoni5-3570k 4/4
3.80​
1206.06​
0.099​
1.50​
Ivy Bridge4
49NickatNight1980FX8320 4/8
4.16​
1117.63​
0.097​
1.62​
Piledriver4
50pjmssnDual Xeon E5-2690 16/32
2.90​
416.47​
0.093​
4.34​
Sandy Bridge EP16
51ywasmdi5 3210 (Macbook Pro) 2/4
3.10​
3144.79​
0.093​
0.57​
Ivy Bridge2
52mylesromi5-3570 4/4
3.80​
1399.56​
0.085​
1.29​
Ivy Bridge4
53Junky228Xeon w3690 6/12
4.00​
886.67​
0.085​
2.04​
Westmere EP6
54Imported_stryfei5-750 4/4
2.80​
2012.8​
0.080​
0.90​
Lynnfield4
55dfentoni5-3570s 4/4
3.60​
1586.81​
0.079​
1.14​
Ivy Bridge4
56KjboughtonE5-2696 2x16 32/32 (no HT)
3.99​
192.66​
0.073​
9.37​
Broadwell32
57KjboughtonE5-2696 2x18 36/72
3.99​
174.06​
0.072​
10.38​
Broadwell36
58Fir2990WX 32/64
4.10​
216.35​
0.064​
8.35​
Zen+32
59rvborghQuad Opteron (48xK10)
3.00​
200​
0.063​
9.03​
Piledriver48
60Micromd2 - Xeon 8260L ES 48/96
3.90​
156.99​
0.061​
11.50​
Cascade Lake48
61Slim FanPentium Silver J5005 (NUK) 4/4
2.80​
2631.13​
0.061​
0.69​
Goldmont Plus4
62PeterScottCore 2 Quad Q9400 4/4
3.20​
2655.1​
0.053​
0.68​
Yorkfield4
63Fanatical MeatQ9650 4/4
3.00​
3439.2​
0.044​
0.53​
Yorkfield4
64dfentonCeleron N3450 (laptop) 4/4
2.20​
5099.43​
0.040​
0.35​
Apollo Lake4
65LexingtonianQuad Opteron 6386
3.50​
275.66​
0.029​
6.55​
Piledriver64
 
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Here is efficiency by core based on my definition above. I only included CPUs with up to 16 cores. Not really enough samples to get good results but still fun!
CoreEfficiency
Zen 2
0.174​
Kaby Lake R
0.169​
Skylake
0.156​
Zen
0.152​
Haswell
0.151​
Coffee Lake
0.138​
Zen+
0.132​
Sandy Bridge
0.105​
Ivy Bridge (no HT)
0.089​
Westmere
0.085​
Lynnfield
0.079​
Yorkfield
0.048​
 
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I am not sure that is all that useful. Grouping by same chip then average out the score is probably more representative since there are variances between cpu/system. You are gonna need more samples of course.
 

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I am not sure that is all that useful. Grouping by same chip then average out the score is probably more representative since there are variances between cpu/system. You are gonna need more samples of course.
That wouldn't isolate the cores which is what I'm trying to do. Like I wrote above just for fun!
 
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HandBrake 1.1.0 64bit
OS: Windows 10 Pro for Workstations
CPU: 2 - Xeon 8260L ES 2.3ghz/3.9ghz
Ram: 48GB DDR4 2400 running @ 2933
GPU Information: AMD Radeon VII
Motherboard - Asus WS C621E SAGE
In Handbrake 1.1.0 - encoded 1806 frames in 156.99s (11.50 fps), 11820.04 kb/s, Avg QP:29.09
Frequency while running the test?
All cores were bouncing between 2.6 and 3.1ghz
Windows Task Manager Performance tab showed and average of 2.78ghz

I guess that messes up your charts, sorry :oops:
 

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I ran some further tests using this pair of 8260Ls as they were meant to be used, multi-tasking, as that is more representative of it's architecture.
Even with 4 instances of Handbrake running, they still showed a bouncing load of only 85-95% with and occasional peak to 100%.
I would be interested in knowing how this compares to some of the other multi-cpu systems here.

Handbrake 1.1.0 and Demo file(s) (LG New York HDR UHD 4K Demo.ts)

4 instances at the same time, all using the same copy of the same file at the same time
(LG New York HDR UHD 4K Demo.ts)
encoded 1806 frames in 376.85s (4.79 fps), 11820.04 kb/s, Avg QP:29.09
encoded 1806 frames in 373.84s (4.83 fps), 11820.04 kb/s, Avg QP:29.09
encoded 1806 frames in 375.22s (4.81 fps), 11820.04 kb/s, Avg QP:29.09
encoded 1806 frames in 376.90s (4.79 fps), 11820.04 kb/s, Avg QP:29.09

4 instances at the same time, all using a different copy of the same file
(LG New York HDR UHD 4K Demo 1.ts, LG New York HDR UHD 4K Demo 2.ts, LG New York HDR UHD 4K Demo 3.ts, LG New York HDR UHD 4K Demo 4.ts)
encoded 1806 frames in 387.35s (4.66 fps), 11820.04 kb/s, Avg QP:29.09
encoded 1806 frames in 382.85s (4.72 fps), 11820.04 kb/s, Avg QP:29.09
encoded 1806 frames in 388.67s (4.65 fps), 11820.04 kb/s, Avg QP:29.09
encoded 1806 frames in 386.04s (4.68 fps), 11820.04 kb/s, Avg QP:29.09

3 instances at the same time, all using a different copy of the same file
(LG New York HDR UHD 4K Demo 1.ts, LG New York HDR UHD 4K Demo 2.ts, LG New York HDR UHD 4K Demo 3.ts)
encoded 1806 frames in 291.22s (6.20 fps), 11820.04 kb/s, Avg QP:29.09
encoded 1806 frames in 292.35s (6.18 fps), 11820.04 kb/s, Avg QP:29.09
encoded 1806 frames in 293.94s (6.14 fps), 11820.04 kb/s, Avg QP:29.09

2 instances at the same time, all using a different copy of the same file
(LG New York HDR UHD 4K Demo 1.ts, LG New York HDR UHD 4K Demo 2.ts)
encoded 1806 frames in 222.05s (8.13 fps), 11820.04 kb/s, Avg QP:29.09
encoded 1806 frames in 211.97s (8.52 fps), 11820.04 kb/s, Avg QP:29.09

1 instance
(LG New York HDR UHD 4K Demo.ts)
encoded 1806 frames in 156.99s (11.50 fps), 11820.04 kb/s, Avg QP:29.09
 
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I ran some further tests using this pair of 8260Ls as they were meant to be used, multi-tasking, as that is more representative of it's architecture.
Very cool. Adding up those 4 instances fps-wise gives 19.22fps. Meaning if handbrake were better optimized your system would probably do the test in about 94 seconds.
 
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Update. If you don't see your score it's because I'm not including any scores where the CPU frequency (average) during the test isn't known. Send me the frequency during the run and I'll add your rig.

WTF? Ryzens don't have a set clock. And wtf is this changing rules out of no where? You have to set rules in the OP. This is some ridiculous crap.
 

aclos3

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As a bit of an update to my run, I ran again and watched the core speeds and temp in Ryzen master. It really seemed to average out to 4.04Ghz on all six cores. I am on stock cooling and started the run with a hot processor that had been running Rosetta @Home. Temps stayed right around 75C throughout the run. I am on the stock cooler with stock thermal pad. I might try to lower these temps, but I am well below the thermal threshold (95C) and not overclocking.

I have PM'd Hulk about correcting the chart, since it has the 3600x listed as an 8/16 part, when it should be 6/12.

AMD Ryzen 3600x
32 Gb DDR4 3600 (16-19-19-39)
Asus x570 TUF Gaming Plus (DOCP profile for memory to run 1:1)

encoded 1806 frames in 367.20s (4.92 fps), 11820.04 kb/s, Avg QP:29.09
 

Hulk

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WTF? Ryzens don't have a set clock. And wtf is this changing rules out of no where? You have to set rules in the OP. This is some ridiculous crap.
Please check task manager and see what your average speed seems to be when running the test and let me know. I"ll post your score!
 

Hulk

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Will fix on the next chart update
As a bit of an update to my run, I ran again and watched the core speeds and temp in Ryzen master. It really seemed to average out to 4.04Ghz on all six cores. I am on stock cooling and started the run with a hot processor that had been running Rosetta @Home. Temps stayed right around 75C throughout the run. I am on the stock cooler with stock thermal pad. I might try to lower these temps, but I am well below the thermal threshold (95C) and not overclocking.

I have PM'd Hulk about correcting the chart, since it has the 3600x listed as an 8/16 part, when it should be 6/12.

AMD Ryzen 3600x
32 Gb DDR4 3600 (16-19-19-39)
Asus x570 TUF Gaming Plus (DOCP profile for memory to run 1:1)

encoded 1806 frames in 367.20s (4.92 fps), 11820.04 kb/s, Avg QP:29.09
Will fix on the next chart update!
 

Junky228

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my buddy upgraded and gave me his old mobo and cpu, a different westmere xeon (still 6 core though) and a nicer mobo than mine, once I get that up and running I'll be able to provide a second data point for westmere performance not that anyone really cares about such an old chip lol

oh I also have a w3520 (equivalent to an i7 920, quad core) that i could get stable to 4.4GHz in the past, but I don't really want to set that up again :/ could be a data point for Bloomfield i guess...actually now that I think of it, once i set up the other system I just have to drop that cpu in ... hmmm

...and my family's desktop is running an i5-650! oh boy I gotta get busy
 

Xenon

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Some clarification. The 3570k on my run is overclocked to 4.0. Also, I reran the I5-1035g4 alongside hwmonitor. The 4 cores bounce back and forth between 2.0ghz and 2.2ghz, so I would say 2.1ghz was average.
 

Hulk

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Some clarification. The 3570k on my run is overclocked to 4.0. Also, I reran the I5-1035g4 alongside hwmonitor. The 4 cores bounce back and forth between 2.0ghz and 2.2ghz, so I would say 2.1ghz was average.
That $250 laptop you got at Walmart has a pretty nice Ice Lake CPU. What is the model?
 

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RankUserCPUGHzsecondsfps/core/GHzfpsArchitectureCores
1Micromd2 - Xeon 8260L ES 48/96
2.80​
156.99​
0.086​
11.50​
Cascade Lake48
2KjboughtonE5-2696 2x18 36/72
3.99​
174.06​
0.072​
10.38​
Broadwell36
3KjboughtonE5-2696 2x16 32/32 (no HT)
3.99​
192.66​
0.073​
9.37​
Broadwell32
4DrMrLordX3900x 12/24
4.10​
198.75​
0.185​
9.09​
Zen 212
5rvborghQuad Opteron (48xK10)
3.00​
200​
0.063​
9.03​
Piledriver48
6Cata407840xe 18/36
3.40​
211​
0.140​
8.56​
Skylake18
7Fir2990WX 32/64
4.10​
216.35​
0.064​
8.35​
Zen+32
8Markfw1950x 16/32
3.80​
242.49​
0.122​
7.45​
Zen16
9mrpiggyE5-2699 18/36
3.70​
253.41​
0.107​
7.13​
Haswell18
10eek21211950x 16/32
4.10​
254.04​
0.108​
7.11​
Zen16
11LexingtonianQuad Opteron 6386
3.50​
275.66​
0.029​
6.55​
Piledriver64
12CricketSP9900k 8/16
4.90​
281.8​
0.163​
6.41​
Coffee Lake8
13sdifox3700x 8/16
3.94​
287.06​
0.200​
6.29​
Zen 28
14CricketSP9900k 8/16
4.70​
291.87​
0.165​
6.19​
Coffee Lake8
15Makaveli3800x 8/164.90
292.4​
0.158​
6.18​
Zen 28
19TillausHamburgXeon ES QL1L 20/40
2.00​
297.54​
0.152​
6.07​
Skylake SP20
16Chaotic429700k 8/8
5.00​
311.03​
0.145​
5.81​
Coffee Lake8
17XabanakFanatik5960x 8/16
4.70​
319.84​
0.150​
5.65​
Haswell8
18DooKey7820X 8/16
4.50​
320.75​
0.156​
5.63​
Skylake8
20epsilon 848700K 8/16 (5/4.9)
5.00​
340.42​
0.133​
5.31​
Coffee Lake8
21JoeRambo8700k 8/16 (4.8/4.4)
4.80​
342.38​
0.137​
5.27​
Coffee Lake8
22mjdupuis8700k 8/16 (4.8/4.8)
4.80​
347.5​
0.135​
5.20​
Coffee Lake8
23IEC8700K 8/16 (4.7/4.7)
4.70​
359.41​
0.134​
5.02​
Coffee Lake8
24aclos33600x 6/12
4.04​
367.2​
0.203​
4.92​
Zen 26
25CakeMonster8700k 8/16 (4.9/4.6)
4.90​
379.09​
0.122​
4.76​
Coffee Lake8
26cmdrdredd8700K 8/16 (4.7/4.5)
4.70​
386.65​
0.124​
4.67​
Coffee Lake8
27rgba8700 8/16
4.30​
387.57​
0.135​
4.66​
Coffee Lake8
28MarkfwE5-2696v3 14/28
2.50​
394.29​
0.131​
4.58​
Broadwell14
29Markfw2700x 8/16
4.10​
404.44​
0.136​
4.47​
Zen+8
30lightmanekRyzen 7 2700x 8/16
4.00​
414.34​
0.136​
4.36​
Zen+8
31.vodkaRyzen 1700x 8/16
3.95​
416.04​
0.137​
4.34​
Zen8
32pjmssnDual Xeon E5-2690 16/32
2.90​
416.47​
0.093​
4.34​
Sandy Bridge EP16
33Franz3162700x 8/16
3.80​
429.95​
0.138​
4.20​
Zen+8
34.vodkaRyzen 1700x 8/16
3.80​
430.69​
0.138​
4.19​
Zen8
35AnnoyedGruntRyzen 7 2700x 8/16
4.10​
430.94​
0.128​
4.19​
Zen+8
36richaronRyzen 1700 6/12 (Ubuntu 18.04)
3.70​
434.68​
0.187​
4.15​
Zen6
37CrackRabbit2700x 8/16
3.80​
440.29​
0.135​
4.10​
Zen+8
38DespoilerRyzen 1700 6/12
3.90​
444.03​
0.174​
4.07​
Zen6
39dfentonRyzen 1700 6/12
3.70​
476.9​
0.171​
3.79​
Zen6
40XenonRyzen 5 1600AF 6/12
4.00​
504.29​
0.149​
3.58​
Zen+6
41William GaatjesRyzen 2600 6/12 (memory 3200)
3.60​
519.91​
0.161​
3.47​
Zen6
42mjdupuisRyzen 2600x 6/12
4.20​
520.3​
0.138​
3.47​
Zen+6
43ChippyUKi5-8400 6/6
4.00​
558.91​
0.135​
3.23​
Coffee Lake6
44ywasmdi5 8400 6/6
4.00​
562.68​
0.134​
3.21​
Coffee Lake6
45William GaatjesRyzen 2600 6/12 (memory 2933)
3.60​
577.26​
0.145​
3.13​
Zen6
46gamervivekRyzen 1600 6/12
3.50​
593.1​
0.145​
3.05​
Zen6
47CronoReverse4790k 4/8
4.50​
644.52​
0.156​
2.80​
Haswell4
48Hulk4770K 4/8
3.90​
754.96​
0.153​
2.39​
Haswell4
49jones3774770K 4/8
3.90​
768.63​
0.151​
2.35​
Haswell4
50Nathan Gall4770K 4/8
3.90​
775.24​
0.149​
2.33​
Haswell4
51Junky228Xeon w3690 6/12
4.00​
886.67​
0.085​
2.04​
Westmere EP6
52Imported_stryfe2600k 4/8
4.50​
951.72​
0.105​
1.90​
Sandy Bridge4
53Bubbleawsomei5-7300HQ (laptop) 4/4
3.20​
1022.42​
0.138​
1.77​
Kaby Lake4
54Hulk8250u 4/8 (Surface 2 laptop)
2.50​
1067.13​
0.169​
1.69​
Kaby Lake R4
55NickatNight1980FX8320 4/8
4.16​
1117.63​
0.097​
1.62​
Piledriver4
56Xenoni5-1035G4 4/8
2.10​
1126.01​
0.191​
1.60​
Ice Lake4
57Xenoni5-3570k 4/4
4.00​
1206.06​
0.094​
1.50​
Ivy Bridge4
58mylesromi5-3570 4/4
3.80​
1399.56​
0.085​
1.29​
Ivy Bridge4
59dfentoni5-3570s 4/4
3.60​
1586.81​
0.079​
1.14​
Ivy Bridge4
60Imported_stryfei5-750 4/4
2.80​
2012.8​
0.080​
0.90​
Lynnfield4
61Slim FanPentium Silver J5005 (NUK) 4/4
2.80​
2631.13​
0.061​
0.69​
Goldmont Plus4
62PeterScottCore 2 Quad Q9400 4/4
3.20​
2655.1​
0.053​
0.68​
Yorkfield4
63ywasmdi5 3210 (Macbook Pro) 2/4
3.10​
3144.79​
0.093​
0.57​
Ivy Bridge2
64Fanatical MeatQ9650 4/4
3.00​
3439.2​
0.044​
0.53​
Yorkfield4
65dfentonCeleron N3450 (laptop) 4/4
2.20​
5099.43​
0.040​
0.35​
Apollo Lake4
66dfentonCeleron 2957U 2/2
1.40​
6027.14​
0.107​
0.30​
Haswell2
 
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Xenon

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That $250 laptop you got at Walmart has a pretty nice Ice Lake CPU. What is the model?
It was this one. Looks like the price has gone up to 299. This was supposed to be an i3 but most people received i5g4 and some even received i5g7's. The box said i3 but once you booted it up you see what you really got. The same happened with a Costco laptop that was priced similarly.


 

DrMrLordX

Lifer
Apr 27, 2000
14,608
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Just an FYI, but Google Drive is reporting that the source file has reached a quota and might not be available again for a little while. I'm trying to redownload the file to run it again @ 4.4 GHz (or so). Sadly I deleted it after my last run, thinking I could just redownload again later if I needed it. Do we have a second source for the file?
 

sdifox

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Sep 30, 2005
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Just an FYI, but Google Drive is reporting that the source file has reached a quota and might not be available again for a little while. I'm trying to redownload the file to run it again @ 4.4 GHz (or so). Sadly I deleted it after my last run, thinking I could just redownload again later if I needed it. Do we have a second source for the file?
Wait, you delete files?
 
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DrMrLordX

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Wait, you delete files?
Yeah, I'm a compulsive deleter. Some stuff I save on an old SSD if I think I might need it again later, but for stuff that's widely-available on the Internet and archived, I don't bother.

Regardless, someone looking to benchmark their system anew who hasn't yet downloaded the file will find that Google Drive won't play ball. Which is a shame.
 
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