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ewwink

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1x E5-2683 V3 es, no oc. not bad for $200 cpu :D



update: full load @ 2.3 GHz

 
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crashtech

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The G3420 is not meaningfully different from the G3250 in this benchmark, but I wanted to include it as an excuse to bump the thread. :)

 

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@Dufus

Excellent! Is that a 5% BCLK bump there?

Wait, it's also at full turbo on all cores!? Care to share how you managed that?
 
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crashtech

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Is there a reason to use this and not R15?
I took this over from another user who started it back in 2013. The sheer number of CPUs represented may make it relevant as a reference, and since R15 can't be directly compared to 11.5, and no one here has bothered to make a comprehensive score list of R15 scores, here we are.
 
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rvborgh

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you can compare Cinebench R11.5 and R15... at least for K10 (its usually very very close +- 1% or so) and it seems to work ballpark for the others. To convert from CB R11.5 to R15... just multiply by 83.2 and vice versa.

I took this over from another user who started it back in 2013. The sheer number of CPUs represented may make it relevant as a reference, and since R15 can't be directly compared to 11.5, and no one here has bothered to make a comprehensive score list of R15 scores, here we are.
 

crashtech

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you can compare Cinebench R11.5 and R15... at least for K10 (its usually very very close +- 1% or so) and it seems to work ballpark for the others. To convert from CB R11.5 to R15... just multiply by 83.2 and vice versa.
I wonder if each distinct architecture might have its own correction factor? If the consensus is that this thread is of no further use, I'm okay with letting it drop or having it locked, I just need some opinions.
 

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11.5 also supports 32bit, so you can test those tablets with 32bit windows, and some older hardware like older Pentium 4
 
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Dufus

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Excellent! Is that a 5% BCLK bump there?
Yes, 105MHz BCLK. Maybe can do some more but haven't tried yet. Some other things I want to do first when I have the time and enthusiasm I'll get round to it.


Wait, it's also at full turbo on all cores!? Care to share how you managed that?
Yes, all cores. Pretty similar to what I did with my i7-4700MQ although unfortunately no unlocked bins above 30x, just the usual Haswell bug that allows all cores to run at top fused multi although perhaps fused is the wrong word.

This thread from early 2015 pretty much covers it http://forum.hwbot.org/showthread.php?t=133102 and there's some other bits and pieces here and there. It never really seemed to catch on so kind of died due to lack of interest.

I only picked up this retail used E5-2683v3 because the i7-6800k I bought overclocked worse than your i7-5775C so was having OC withdrawal symptoms I guess. :flushed: At a little under USD330 with free international DHL shipping it seemed like a good deal at the time. If I could have found an E5-2699v3 at a similar price that would be even better, IMO.
 
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superstition

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i7 6700K, W10 AE, stock, static undervolt, 3200 C15 RAM

single: 2.06
multi: 10.22
ratio: 4.96x
OpenGL (Sapphire 1070): 89.3 fps

i7-4960HQ, Macbook Pro Late 2013, OS X 10.9.5

single: 1.59
multi: 7.09
mp ratio: 4.46x
Open GL (with Iris Pro): 43.28 fps
Open GL (with GT 750M): 48.94 fps

8370E 4.4 GHz CMT on, W8.1

single: 1.17
multi: 7.64
mp ratio: 6.51x
OpenGL (7870 Ghz): 75.55 fps

8370E 4.4 GHz CMT off, W8.1

single: 1.17
multi: 4.61
mp ratio: 3.94x
OpenGL (7870 GHz): 74.4 fps

8370E 5 GHz CMT off, W8.1

single: 1.32
multi: 4.90
mp ratio: 3.70x
OpenGL (7870 GHz): 83.x fps

i5 750 Lynnfield 3.8 GHz, W7

single: 1.30
multi: 5.12
mp ratio: 3.94x
Open GL (GTX 460 768 MB at 705/1410): 45.97 fps
 
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Post a screenshot of your score and of CPU-Z or AIDA64, showing clockspeed and CPU type. Please make sure your screencap shows the speed at which the test was performed! Scores without this information will not be included in the list. Also, scores from other versions of Cinebench will not be included in this list. One score for each unique CPU per user will be recorded, updates will be allowed.

Download link for Cinebench 11.5:

http://http.maxon.net/pub/benchmarks/CINEBENCH_11.529.zip
 

crashtech

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Thanks for the submissions, guys! If you or anyone you know has or is getting a Kaby Lake CPU, I'm hoping we can encourage some submissions from Intel's latest offerings.
 

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This is the same 6500 I posted last year, but other than that it's a completely different setup. H170 scored 6.18, Z270 6.6. There is a small BCLK overclock. 103 blue screens when set in widows or fails to POST in BIOS.
 
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crashtech

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@Iron Woode Is your CPU running at stock speeds? Your score would seem to indicate that the test took place at 3.7GHz.
 
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