Good point. I will try that when I find the time.
That is when Cinebench gets loaded and prepares the scene. This is not capped to one thread. But that is essentially the same for every CPU and has no significant influence to the outcome.What's with the peak power in Single thread loads? If I didn't know better I'd say it was inrush current lol
I don't know what happened there, probably a bug on the MyAsus app... I did the test again this time making sure performance mode was enabled. Sustained power is 25W in this mode
Did I already mention that I hate LibreOffice Calc?
Here you go, have saved the CSV files @ https://easyupload.io/m/5amdypDid I already mention that I hate LibreOffice Calc?
Seriously. Could you just append the CSV files from the LogCsv subfolder as a Zip please? I will have a look or at least post your result.
Okay, so here are your results. And as these are the first Geekbench 5 results we have from a person that is not me, I am quite surprised as well. To be honest, I would not have expected such bad performance-efficiency. In CB R23 a 7950x usually is better than my Renoir in multi-thread and more or less on par in single-thread.
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