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Question Cinebench: 3552, 477 (Single Core)

LOUISSSSS

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Are these scores any good?

AMD 3600X
2 x 8gb DDR4-3200 CL 16
Aorus B450 Wifi Pro

RX580
Samsung 840 Sata SSD
 

LOUISSSSS

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Hi :)

It's within the +-3% of stock reviews.
I'm off by a good amount in the multicore performance, any reason why? my score of 3552 is over 100 points off from what Guru3d did and they used even slower ram. But I believe they were using an X570 mb
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Markfw

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nvm I re-read the OP.

That 3200 cl16 is a little loose and a little slower than what they may have used. 3600 cl16 is common.
 

LOUISSSSS

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nvm I re-read the OP.

That 3200 cl16 is a little loose and a little slower than what they may have used. 3600 cl16 is common.
Hardware & Software Used
We now begin the benchmark portion of this article, but first, let me show you our test system plus the software we used.
Mainboard
X570
Processor(s)
  • Ryzen 5 3600X



Graphics Cards

GeForce RTX 2080 Ti - Review
Memory
2x8 GB DDR4 3200 CL14 MHz (G.Skill Royal)
Power Supply Unit
1200 Watt Platinum Certified Corsair AX1200i - Review
Monitor
Dell 3007WFP - QHD up to 2560x1600
ASUS PQ321 native 4K UHD Monitor at 3840 x 2160 - Review
OS related Software
Windows 10 64-bit (latest patches & updates installed)
DirectX 9/10/11/12 latest End-User Runtime (Download)
Nvidia GeForce driver (latest WHQL) (Download)
Software benchmark suite
  • 7-Zip
  • Google Chrome / Mozilla Kraken / Jetstream
  • Aida
  • 3DMark Time Spy
  • Handbrake
  • CineBench 15
  • V-Ray
  • Vegas PRO
  • Corona Benchmark
  • WPrime
  • CPU-Z benchmark
  • FryRender
  • Shadow of the Tomb Raider DX12 (2018)
  • Deus Ex: Mankind Divided
  • Far Cry 5
 

LOUISSSSS

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Yea, they were using DDR4 3600 CL14. I'm using DDR4 3200 CL16. Is that enough to account for the score difference tho?
 

Markfw

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Yes, they used cl14, compared to your cl16. That alone can make that much difference. 2.7% is very small. I don't know if you do the math this way (correct me if I am wrong) thats 12.5% difference in CAS rating.. Oh, and theirs is 14-14-14-34 and who knows what other tweaks. Yours could be 16-18-18-40 or something.
 

IEC

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Memory has negligible effect on Cinebench scores.

It's likely down to differences in cooling or motherboard parameters.
 
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