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But WIN W 10532 is messing with me a bit and trying to learn how to downsize pics right again.




Forgot I had even posted in this one.
 
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ninaholic37

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bahahah this program runs flawlessly for me in Windows 98se!

Pentium M 750 @798MHz - 97.4
Pentium M 750 @1862MHz - 227

Now to test if CPUZ benchmark works...
 

Hulk

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6700K @ 4.5 GHz: 809
Hmm. 5.56MHz/CPUmark99 for this 6700k test - Skylake

My 5200u laptop does 5.35MHz/CPUmark99 - Broadwell (Lenovo t450s)

Granted this is only two data points but this is the first time I've ever seen a new Intel architecture regress in CPUmark99 when it comes to IPC.
 

11thHour

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Original post of 605 on 3/9/2010 to 809 above...what a pathetic [unofficial] 34% increase over 5.5 years!
 
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Original post of 605 on 3/9/2010 to 809 above...what a pathetic [unofficial] 34% increase over 5.5 years!
Less than Apple did with their last jump from A7 to A8. I'm amazed it is really this bad because I figured intel might have done 50% in the last 5 years. Doesn't appear they've done anything except update codecs and add a few new features.


Cue parade of busybodies to tell us why 34% is actually amazing and totally awesome and we should all be writing thank you letters to intel for being so generous.
 

Hulk

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Less than Apple did with their last jump from A7 to A8. I'm amazed it is really this bad because I figured intel might have done 50% in the last 5 years. Doesn't appear they've done anything except update codecs and add a few new features.


Cue parade of busybodies to tell us why 34% is actually amazing and totally awesome and we should all be writing thank you letters to intel for being so generous.

Busybody #1 checking in.

34% is actually pretty good when you consider clockspeed has basically been stalled so this gain has come primarily from architectural changes and has occurred while decreasing the thermal envelope.

Also CPUmark99 doesn't take multicores, hyperthreading, and access outside of L1 into account, as well as many new instructions used by modern software.

So yeah, taking all of that into account and the fact that all of the "low hanging fruit" architectural improvements were picked years ago this is pretty good. Not amazing though.
 

11thHour

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Busybody #1 checking in.

34% is actually pretty good when you consider clockspeed has basically been stalled so this gain has come primarily from architectural changes and has occurred while decreasing the thermal envelope.

Also CPUmark99 doesn't take multicores, hyperthreading, and access outside of L1 into account, as well as many new instructions used by modern software.

So yeah, taking all of that into account and the fact that all of the "low hanging fruit" architectural improvements were picked years ago this is pretty good. Not amazing though.
That's a contradiction...clock speed has been stalled, and it's led to horribly anemic benchmarking gains, which is not good. ;) I never said there hasn't been improvements, as there certainly has, including using less wattage, but improvements to raw speed seems to be little more than a [frustrating] after-thought now.
 
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Original post of 605 on 3/9/2010 to 809 above...what a pathetic [unofficial] 34% increase over 5.5 years!
What would the difference be at stock speeds of 3.3 for the Wolfdale and and 4.0 for Skylake?
 

Burpo

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LTC8K6, your old i3-2130 scored 544 today when I ran this..
 

YBS1

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Original post of 605 on 3/9/2010 to 809 above...what a pathetic [unofficial] 34% increase over 5.5 years!
You also have to take in consideration just how old this benchmark is, even MMX was fairly new back then, it doesn't leverage any of the newer (and by newer I mean old as dirt) instruction sets.
 
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i5 3210m @ 2.5 , 471, (Notebook ,windows 10)

Intel atom Z3735 @ 1.33, 2gb ram, windows 10, Winbook tablet, 151

cant make it run on my Lumia 1520 windows 10 phone
 
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Kenmitch

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What the heck might as well submit my current high score for prosperity sake.



Was surprised it even booted windows fully enabled to be honest. Guess I'll pluck the number 1 spot in the not so distant future :)
 

Hulk

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What the heck might as well submit my current high score for prosperity sake.



Was surprised it even booted windows fully enabled to be honest. Guess I'll pluck the number 1 spot in the not so distant future :)

Whoa! 1.35V for 5GHz. Impressive! Nice job and nice chip.
 

Kenmitch

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Whoa! 1.35V for 5GHz. Impressive! Nice job and nice chip.
Thanks!

Probably not 100% stable at that vcore. Only took a couple clicks 50x > vcore=normal > offset = +0.100v....Just a quick run to see if it was somewhat stable. Think I only ran that and cpuz bench. Goal is 4.8GHz anyways. Just wanted to make sure she had more in her before I waste time stabilizing 4.8GHz.
 

Kenmitch

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Yay the weekend is here!

Got the next 3 days to get my rig stable at my 4.8GHz goal. Figure it's the sweet spot for my chip. Trying to stay under 1.3v's for 24/7 use.

Might as well play around a little bit 1st :)



I was hoping the big 900pts plus would pop up. :(
 

ninaholic37

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edit: nvm. I can get the same scores in Wine as in Windows after turning off most background Linux tasks. Good to know Wine can match Windows performance.
 
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Berryracer

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I got 757 on my 5930K @ 4.4 GHz and this is with Windows Update searching for updates and NOD32 running (as in, not disabled)

 

ninaholic37

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Core 2 Duo SP9600 @2.53GHz:

On my dad's Win7 partition full of crapware - 375
Slacko Puppy Linux running Wine - 384
 


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