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ClockHound

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Hi! New system, new R11.5 score:

Funny how this thing is close to a 4P 12c Magny-Cours. And it totally schooled my old 1800x.
Wait. Your fancy new 12c/24 thread 3900x can't beat 48 antique cores? Seems like a good excuse to wait for the 3950x. ;-)
 

crashtech

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Great score, @DrMrLordX , but I had some time ago decided this benchmark was really not relevant anymore, and I've not been maintaining the thread. I could be wrong, though, and would hear arguments to the contrary.
 

DrMrLordX

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@crashtech

CBR11.5 isn't terribly relevant so don't bother updating if you don't feel like it. I just had a little fun doing benchmark runs after I got a new high in CBR20.

Wait. Your fancy new 12c/24 thread 3900x can't beat 48 antique cores? Seems like a good excuse to wait for the 3950x. ;-)
Hey, Magny-Cours was pretty good for its time. 3950X isn't on the menu for me so it's this thing until Zen4 probably.
 
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ClockHound

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@crashtech

CBR11.5 isn't terribly relevant so don't bother updating if you don't feel like it. I just had a little fun doing benchmark runs after I got a new high in CBR20.



Hey, Magny-Cours was pretty good for its time. 3950X isn't on the menu for me so it's this thing until Zen4 probably.
Yes, yes it was. And my little Xeon 5675 was always jealous.

Don't ask how jealous it is of the 3900X. Since it will likely replace my X58 Forever dreamland this year
 

Abwx

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Great score, @DrMrLordX , but I had some time ago decided this benchmark was really not relevant anymore, and I've not been maintaining the thread. I could be wrong, though, and would hear arguments to the contrary.
It has a relevancy since it s indicative of SSE2 perfs, more recent versions of CB use wider instructions set, SSE4.2 for R15 and AVX for R20, not counting that there s a 32bit version for comparisons with old CPUs..
 

crashtech

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It has a relevancy since it s indicative of SSE2 perfs, more recent versions of CB use wider instructions set, SSE4.2 for R15 and AVX for R20, not counting that there s a 32bit version for comparisons with old CPUs..
Since there is continued interest, I have resumed maintaining the thread as seen above.

As always, anyone who feels their score has not been correctly recorded should feel free to PM me!
 
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lopri

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Since Ryzen 3000 series chips do not have a fixed clock speed for any given workload (only the base frequency is guaranteed.. sort of), how should I go about reporting the score from a 3700X?
 

crashtech

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Since Ryzen 3000 series chips do not have a fixed clock speed for any given workload (only the base frequency is guaranteed.. sort of), how should I go about reporting the score from a 3700X?
Good point! As far as I am concerned, I will accept submissions that appear reasonable. Generally just putting the CPU under stress in the CPU-Z "Bench" tab than tabbing over to the main screen to take your screenshot should be "good enough." The speed column is mainly intended for OCed CPUs, really.
 

lopri

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I have two scores to post, run by 3700X.

Stock
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4.3 GHz
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It is impossible to say at what frequency the stock configuration was run. I watched the cpu-z's Clocks tool, and most (not all) cores fluctuated between 4.10 GHz and 4.15 GHz during the run. All-core OC makes that determination easy for the second shot.
 

crashtech

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@lopri, your overclocked score looks to be a new 8-core record for conventionally cooled CPUs, I presume you have a large air or water cooler, and not a chiller or LN2, as we see in Totalnet's 5.6GHz 7820X score?

Edit: Generally, I take the highest score for any one system, saves space and makes my life easier.
 

crashtech

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Wowow. I had no idea! Yes, the CPU is cooled by Scythe Mugen and a 2000 RPM fan.
Exellent! As you can see, you beat the conventionally cooled 7820X by a healthy margin. AMD must be giving the Intel guys a hemorrhage right now, lol.

Although, we don't have any 9900K results in here, and we might expect it to be more competitive than the older 7820X in this benchmark.
 
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3700X @ 4.4GHz all-core, 240mm AIO cooling. B450 ITX board (MSI)

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