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Jan 12, 2005
14,969
2,505
126
I wish... Not stable there I believe due to uncontrollable vdroop because MSI didn't think that'd be a useful feature in their big overclocking board. :whiste:

And it never seemed to peg any of my cores either for whatever that's worth.
 

Conroe

Senior member
Mar 12, 2006
324
0
91
Xeon E5450@4.2ghz DDR2 934@5-6-6-22 = 605
 

gbeirn

Senior member
Sep 27, 2005
450
0
81
241 For a Haswell based Celeron 2955U. 1.4GHz Dual Core 2MB Cache
 

fastman

Golden Member
Oct 9, 1999
1,511
0
81
681, not bad I guess.
 
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Chiropteran

Diamond Member
Nov 14, 2003
9,811
0
106
159 on Dell Venue 8 Pro, Atom Z3740D 1.33ghz (1.8ghz turbo)
 
Apr 20, 2008
10,137
1
126
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.
Yep. Even 2.8GHZ to this day.
 
Aug 25, 2001
42,740
315
126
Foxconn AT-5570 NanoPC, C-70 CPU (1.0Ghz, 1.33Ghz turbo), 4GB DDR3, Windows 7 64-bit.

Scores: 79.9, 80.1
 

StrangerGuy

Diamond Member
May 9, 2004
8,399
5
91
Stock 1-core Turbo 4.4GHz 4790K = 752
 
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Edgemeal

Senior member
Dec 8, 2007
205
0
101
i7-3770 @ Stock (Turbo: 3912 MHz), DDR3-1600-9-9-9-24-2T
Score: 614


@ skipsneeky2: Why 3.7GHz? You limit turbo to only 3.7GHz on all cores or something?
 

Kenmitch

Diamond Member
Oct 10, 1999
7,130
53
126
Looking like 900 isn't going to happen for a while if ever. I guess a golden Haswell on ln2 maybe is the only possibility.
 
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StrangerGuy

Diamond Member
May 9, 2004
8,399
5
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Looking like 900 isn't going to happen for a while if ever. I guess a golden Haswell on ln2 maybe is the only possibility.
That would be a 4790K @ (900 / 752 * 4.4GHz) = ~5.3GHz assuming perfect scaling...Probably 5.5GHz with real world scaling.

BTW a Pentium III @ 1GHz = 77.4
Haswell @ 4.4GHz = 752
Clock-for-clock advantage for Haswell over P3 = [(1 / 4.4) * 752] / 77.4 = 2.2x
 

skipsneeky2

Diamond Member
May 21, 2011
5,037
0
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@ skipsneeky2: Why 3.7GHz? You limit turbo to only 3.7GHz on all cores or something?
Yeah the max it does is 3.7GHz on all cores when loaded, it's a non k model.Most demanding thing it does is handle BF4 and it does that very well.:)
 


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