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Edgemeal

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Dec 8, 2007
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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.:)
Yes, but CPUMark99 is only single threaded, so your CPU should be running this bench on a core @ 3.9GHz.

I also have a 3770 (non-K), they can turbo two cores up to 3.9GHz, see my post/CPU-Z screenshot, 2 cores @ 3.9. :)
 
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Manoa

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i7 4790K @ 4600 Mhz (Cache @ 4500 Mhz) : 793
LOL @ entry 42 in the chart, I didn't know it's possible to reach 5000 mhz with that processor
042 SlowSpyder 616 FX-9370 5280 0.11667 8.57143
2500K really shines at 5000+
 
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MongGrel

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Dec 3, 2013
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X5680 @ 4.7 710

173.89 x 27

Not worried about the chart, just dld it and ran it for grins and giggles :)

Bit of a Necro I guess.
 
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biostud

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Feb 27, 2003
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666 (Definitely my computer :D)

Turbo doesn't even activate :p
 
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guskline

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Apr 17, 2006
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Are you serious Guskline?
Yes just reran and 757 is the score.

I know my 5960x is running at 4.4 Ghz (aida64 Extreme scores verify i.e. CPU Queen=98889!:awe:

As OP said, this is an old single threaded benchmark utility.

BTW Burpo, what's your Aida 64 Extreme CPU Queen score with your Xeon at 4.8Ghz?
 
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Burpo

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I didn't think ST performance was that good on mine (about par w/3770k) and I just assumed the 5960X would beat it.
 

LTC8K6

Lifer
Mar 10, 2004
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766 with a 4790K at 4.4ghz.

I have a G3258 that I got up to 4.8ghz before. It might get close to 800 given the example above at 4.6ghz.
 

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