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#53
You mean from stock ? No idea, this benchmark is whacky.
I noticed that was oc vs stock but surely your single thread should have gone up and it's gone down from stock whilst multi had a massive boost, yup seems a bit whacky alright. OT How are you finding that Wraithripper?
 

Markfw

CPU Moderator, VC&G Moderator, Elite Member
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May 16, 2002
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#54
I noticed that was oc vs stock but surely your single thread should have gone up and it's gone down from stock whilst multi had a massive boost, yup seems a bit whacky alright. OT How are you finding that Wraithripper?
Its on the other 2990wx@stock, does just fine. Forget OC'ing on a 2990wx on that wraithripper though.
 

deustroop

Golden Member
Dec 12, 2010
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#60
9900K @ 5GHz

Single-Core Score
6375

Multi-Core Score
36794
 

loafbred

Senior member
May 7, 2000
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#62
I just got 3600X running on my x470 board with new chipset drivers from AMD's website. It's noticeably smoother than the 2600X I had, and seems to be inline with the reviews I've seen. I haven't tried overclocking anything yet.
https://browser.geekbench.com/v4/cpu/13827977
 

CHADBOGA

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Mar 31, 2009
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#63
Apr 27, 2000
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#66
I just completed my first attempt at upping the RAM (G.Skill Flare-X 2933) from 3200 CL14 to 3600 CL16, still at 1.35v. CPU is still at defaults:
Try running GB4 and see how your score changes with the new RAM OC.
 

Markfw

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#69
Here is the 3900x result@stock
 


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