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SPBHM

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isn't that score normal? the dual 10 core Xeon (20c/40t) IB at 3.36 scores 32 according to the OP
 

Justinus

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Updated score for my 5960x. Beats out my old 20.39 score at the same frequency due to cache and memory tweaking.
 
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rvborgh

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Seems like I recall rvborgh having to do something to get it to work properly, but I can't remember what.
i did have to set the memory mode in the BIOS to non NUMA mode... (ie "node interleaving=on"). This gained a few points. Is it set this way in the TR bios?
 

crashtech

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@Crono , you have the top score for a hexacore, congratulations! Do you think there might be a way to lock the cores at 4.6GHz, once you have a better cooler, or has that trick been disabled these days?
 

Crono

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@Crono , you have the top score for a hexacore, congratulations! Do you think there might be a way to lock the cores at 4.6GHz, once you have a better cooler, or has that trick been disabled these days?
I have to check if Multicore Enhancement is in the BIOS. If so, I'll try it when I get a better cooler (which I will be, next week).
 

crashtech

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Ladies and gentlemen, we have a new champion, a single CPU score that is not only fastest in its class, but also faster than any multiprocessor score posted here to date! Congratulations, @Totalnet , care to share any extra information about your build? I'd be interested in how how keep it all cool.
 

Totalnet

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System is :
7980XE @ 4800Mhz
Asus ROG Rampage VI Apex
32Gb G.SKILL - 3200Mhz 12-12-12-28 1t
Cooled by :
CPU Block EKWB-Supremacy EVO
Alphacool D5 Pump/reservoir
Hailea HC-500A (1/2HP=790Watt cooling capacity) Waterchiller

Regards, Dolf
 
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Justinus

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System is :
7980XE @ 4800Mhz
Asus ROG Rampage VI Apex
32Gb G.SKILL - 3200Mhz 12-12-12-28 1t
Cooled by :
CPU Block EKWB-Supremacy EVO
Alphacool D5 Pump/reservoir
Hailea HC-500A (1/2HP=790Watt cooling capacity) Waterchiller

Regards, Dolf
I know the Apex has a pretty good VRM heatsink, but are you not having heat issues still with those ridiculous clockspeeds?
 
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