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Idontcare

Elite Member
Oct 10, 1999
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756 on a 3570k @ 4.8ghz. Do I need to post pictures to validate?
I would hope you only need extraordinary proof if you were making an extraordinary claim. 746 @ 4.8GHz on a 3570k is not extraordinary IMO.

Question - what are your ram timings? Just curious, the answer doesn't change my opinion as expressed above.
 

Edgemeal

Senior member
Dec 8, 2007
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Also when I checked CPU-Z, it turns out my CPU is running at 4.021Ghz, so . . . . .
Ya, don't put too much weight into those results, many were taken without CPU-Z screen shots, actual MHz is anyones guess. Just havin some fun.
 

Kenmitch

Diamond Member
Oct 10, 1999
7,652
753
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Im gonna need a tissue now.................My CPU Refused to enter windows at anything higher than 5.5ghz :( and that was at 1.54v. I believe I have lost the challenge.
Purchase optional insurance plan.

Switch to no fear mode

Try with only 1-2 active cores set in BIOS.

Crank up the vcore!

Prey chip is strong!

Worked for me at least.

57x is no go for me so far. Tried a couple times and gave up so far.

My no fear approach stops around 1.7v's.

Not sure. if I wanna take the whatever it takes approach for 57x or if my chip is even capable
 
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Smoblikat

Diamond Member
Nov 19, 2011
5,185
107
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Purchase optional insurance plan.

Switch to no fear mode

Try with only 1-2 active cores set in BIOS.

Crank up the vcore!

Prey chip is strong!

Worked for me at least.

57x is no go for me so far. Tried a couple times and gave up so far.

My no fear approach stops at 1.7v's.

Not sure. if I wanna take the whatever it takes approach for 57x or if my chip is even capable
Thanks, ive been rolling with 4 cores, 5.5ghz 1.54v on air. Ill set i t to 1 core and see if i can get a 6ghz run on air lol.
 

Edgemeal

Senior member
Dec 8, 2007
208
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101
Asus P8Z77-V-LK
i5-3570K @ Stock (turbo 3811MHz)
DDR3-1333 @ 9-9-9-24-1T

score 600

@ 4222 (100.5 x 42) = 665
 
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SPBHM

Diamond Member
Sep 12, 2012
4,900
301
126
i3 2100 (3.1GHz, single channel 1333 CL9) - 472
Pentium II 400 (400MHz, PC100 Cl3) - 31.7
Athlon 64 X2 4000+ (2100MHz, dual channel 667 CL5) - 237
 
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hokies83

Senior member
Oct 3, 2010
837
2
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5.1ghz 3770k Thats my 24/7 OC i can go higher.. late and do not feel like it atm.

 
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I just noticed that I am the only one with a completely round, even number of Mhz per point. I thought that would be a little more common!
 

Edgemeal

Senior member
Dec 8, 2007
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I just noticed that I am the only one with a completely round, even number of Mhz per point. I thought that would be a little more common!
Is your CPU really running at an even 2800? I can't remember the last time I had a system where the CPU was running exactly at the rated/expected MHz due to the bus speed not being a perfect even 100.0, 200.0 MHz, or whatever.

As I said before, without members posting the actual MHz of the CPU (when under load), the sorted chart isn't accurate either.
 

Edgemeal

Senior member
Dec 8, 2007
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Didn't know this benchmark was so sensitive to memory settings.

i5-3570K @ stock
2x GEIL 4GB 9-9-9 DDR3-1600.
JEDEC - 1333 9-9-9-24-33-1T, Score = 600.
XMP#1 - 1600 9-9-9-28-36-2T, Score = 570.

 

Engineer

Elite Member
Oct 9, 1999
39,255
698
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567 on a Core I5 2500K. Mixed ram. Was supposed to be at 1333 but I just noticed that something in BIOS has set it to 1066 @ 7-7-7-20-2T. Might tinker with that later but not as much into pure speed as I used to be and it would do nothing other than grow e-peen (and I'm too old for that). Windows 7 Pro 64 bit with all updates and service packs.

Might test my new Xeon E3-1230V2 later this week.
 
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omek

Member
Nov 18, 2007
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-2500K @ 4.4GHz, 8GB 1600MHz 8,8,8,24 2T:
675

More interestingly:

-Pentium III - M 1.2GHz (mobile)
109

-Atom 330 1.6GHz (Dual core w/ HT)
107
 
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Engineer

Elite Member
Oct 9, 1999
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490 - Core I5 - 750 stock. 8GB of DDR3 PC8500 stock (2GB x 4 sticks).

Windows 7 Pro 64bit with all updates and service packs.
 

Idontcare

Elite Member
Oct 10, 1999
21,126
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I explored the effects of changing ram bandwidth and clockspeed with my FX-8350.

Taking the ram from DDR3-1866 down to a slow DDR3-800 resulted in practically no effect on the CPUmark99 score. This is probably to be expected given that CPUmark99 surely runs entirely within the on-die of the CPU itself.







Summary of results:



Conclusion - at least as far as the FX-8350 is concerned, changing ram speed and command rate makes no difference.

How about clockspeed itself then?













Nice linear correlation between clockspeed and CPUmark99 score.

115 points per GHz for the Piledriver microarchitecture.
 

ninaholic37

Golden Member
Apr 13, 2012
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Pentium M 725 1.6Ghz: 195

Would be interesting to see some newer Haswell and Atom (Silvermont) scores I think. :)
 

BallaTheFeared

Diamond Member
Nov 15, 2010
8,128
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Ask and you shall receive!

i5-4670k 795 @ 4.6/4.4 1600 CAS 9 CR1


Guess I'll take that top slot with my hasfail ;)

 
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