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Feb 14, 2017
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inf64

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Mar 11, 2011
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Here's mine:
https://browser.geekbench.com/v4/cpu/13507501
4690K @ 4.2Ghz with DDR3 @ 2133Mhz
Latest windows updates

Edit:

Zen2 3600 vs my score
https://browser.geekbench.com/v4/cpu/compare/13473948?baseline=13507501

Zen2 @ 4.2Ghz ST boost has exactly 20% higher score than my Haswell @ 4.2Ghz (fixed) with very fast DDR3 memory. That equates to roughly 20% IPC difference. I found some skylake scores and it looks like 7600K at around 4.2Ghz scores 10% better than my Haswell @ 4.2Ghz. This would imply that Zen2 has around 10% better score at the same clock Vs Skylake core in ST part of the test.
 
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ApTeM

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Jan 12, 2019
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hxxps://browser.geekbench.com/v4/cpu/8517578

Intel Core i5 2500 (non-K):

Single Core: 4365
Multi Core: 12371

Faster than Ivy Bridge i5 3570K from a guy above, lol.
 
Dec 12, 2005
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Here is mine: Link
This System manufacturer System Product Name scored 5794 in Geekbench
I wonder why my multi-core score seems so low: 18226

I7-7700K with a mild overclock
 
Feb 19, 2017
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CHADBOGA

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Markfw

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Stock TR1920X with 3333MHz mem CL14 -15-15

https://browser.geekbench.com/v4/cpu/13522050

Single: 4749
Multi: 37268

OC TR1920X to 4GHz all core, same memory config

https://browser.geekbench.com/v4/cpu/13522082

Single: 4910
Multi: 39683

I'm way behind upcoming desktop 12 core Ryzen 3900X ... how to resist urge and wait for next ThreadRipper :)
Well, there is something wrong with this benchmark IMO, when my 24 core Threadrippers gets beat by your 12 core threadripper, and I had nothing else running, and the latest version of windows with the AMD patches.
 
Jan 18, 2000
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#39
I don't get how you could be 1,000 points behind me, when I have an Ivy Bridge system that is only marginally clocking higher.

Did you run the benchmark after a reboot, without a heap of other programs open?
You're right, I was copying files from 1 drive to another. Firefox was open.

Updated with monitoring programs running (3123; 17490)
https://browser.geekbench.com/v4/cpu/13531325
 
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.vodka

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Dec 5, 2014
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Well, there is something wrong with this benchmark IMO, when my 24 core Threadrippers gets beat by your 12 core threadripper, and I had nothing else running, and the latest version of windows with the AMD patches.
Windows doesn't have a clue on how to deal with your 2970WX, nor the 2990WX. The 1903 update sure helped a bit, but not enough.

These two CPUs have a special topology where two dies out of four don't have direct access to memory. This was the only way to get 32 cores in socket TR4. Epyc doesn't have this problem as it supports eight memory channels, but that's not available on the HEDT platform for obvious reasons.





See the difference? His 12 core (or any up to 16 core TR) belongs in the first category. Things can easily be less than optimal on the 2970/2990WX without decent OS management.

Linux on the other hand has been dealing with weird topologies for decades. Try the Linux version of GB4 on a distribution with a recent kernel that has complete support for anything Ryzen (for example Ubuntu 19.04, kernel 5.0) and you'll see your MT score in the 60-80k range (depending on memory/IF clocks and overclocking) as it should be.

If any of your DC research currently running on your threadrippers can be done on Linux, then please take the time to make the move. It's more than worth it. Especially on the 2970/2990WX's case.



Zen2 Threadripper fixes everything , having every CPU chiplet go through the I/O die to memory apart from IF2 doubling bandwidth to further help things...and also explains why it's now possible to get 64 cores on TR4 only sharing 4 memory channels without any immediate downsides as with the 1000/2000 series parts (only memory bandwidth starvation for the right workloads). Same reason why there are now 16 cores on AM4 on only two memory channels.
 

Markfw

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Windows doesn't have a clue on how to deal with your 2970WX, nor the 2990WX. The 1903 update sure helped a bit, but not enough.

These two CPUs have a special topology where two dies out of four don't have direct access to memory. This was the only way to get 32 cores in socket TR4. Epyc doesn't have this problem as it supports eight memory channels, but that's not available on the HEDT platform for obvious reasons.





See the difference? His 12 core (or any up to 16 core TR) belongs in the first category. Things can easily be less than optimal on the 2970/2990WX without decent OS management.

Linux on the other hand has been dealing with weird topologies for decades. Try the Linux version of GB4 on a distribution with a recent kernel that has complete support for anything Ryzen (for example Ubuntu 19.04, kernel 5.0) and you'll see your MT score in the 60-80k range (depending on memory/IF clocks and overclocking) as it should be.

If any of your DC research currently running on your threadrippers can be done on Linux, then please take the time to make the move. It's more than worth it. Especially on the 2970/2990WX's case.



Zen2 Threadripper fixes everything , having every CPU chiplet go through the I/O die to memory apart from IF2 doubling bandwidth to further help things...and also explains why it's now possible to get 64 cores on TR4 only sharing 4 memory channels without any immediate downsides as with the 1000/2000 series parts (only memory bandwidth starvation for the right workloads). Same reason why there are now 16 cores on AM4 on only two memory channels.
I would try it on my 2990wx, if somebody could tell me how to install it under ubuntu. After I unzep, I get 4 files, and they won't execute, and the package manager does not know what to do with them.
mark@mark-2990wx-linux:~/Downloads/Geekbench-4.3.3-Linux$ ls -altr
total 101896
-rwxrwxr-x 1 mark mark 25369232 Jan 24 08:26 geekbench_x86_64
-rwxrwxr-x 1 mark mark 26714172 Jan 24 08:26 geekbench_x86_32
-rwxrwxr-x 1 mark mark 50757607 Jan 24 08:26 geekbench.plar
-rwxrwxr-x 1 mark mark 1484965 Jan 24 08:26 geekbench4
drwxrwxr-x 2 mark mark 4096 Jan 24 08:26 .
drwxr-xr-x 3 mark mark 4096 Jun 14 11:28 ..
 
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.vodka

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Dec 5, 2014
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#42
I would try it on my 2990wx, if somebody could tell me how to install it under ubuntu. After I unzep, I get 3 files, and they won't execute, and the package manager does not know what to do with them.
It should be 4 files



One of those four files is a script (geekbench4). Open a terminal in the folder where you unzipped them, and run the script like this

Code:
./geekbench4
let it run, it'll give you the results and a link to the online entry so you can share.
 

Markfw

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#44
It should be 4 files



One of those four files is a script (geekbench4). Open a terminal in the folder where you unzipped them, and run the script like this

Code:
./geekbench4
let it run, it'll give you the results and a link to the online entry so you can share.
OK, I just set this box up, and the memory is only running@2666, but this is much better:
Single 4955 Multi 59703

https://browser.geekbench.com/v4/cpu/13534547

And memory@3000 Its not samsung bdie...
Single 4848 Multi 61498

https://browser.geekbench.com/v4/cpu/13534882
 
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Feb 19, 2017
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#45
Mar 7, 2019
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#48
i9 9900K (5GHz)



Single-Core Performance
Single-Core Score 6339
Crypto Score
5912
Integer Score 6312
Floating Point Score 6086
Memory Score 6888

Multi-Core Performance
Multi-Core Score 35370
Crypto Score
20681
Integer Score
44702
Floating Point Score
42169
Memory Score
7846
 


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