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    Re: QOTW: What do you score in Cinebench?

    614 - Ryzen 2500u

    Must admit I'm pretty chuffed to see my 2.0GHz 4C8T mobile chip beating a 3.40GHz 4C8T Core i7-2600K...

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    R7-1700@3.9GHz=1668
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    Quote Originally Posted by bae85 View Post
    614 - Ryzen 2500u

    Must admit I'm pretty chuffed to see my 2.0GHz 4C8T mobile chip beating a 3.40GHz 4C8T Core i7-2600K...
    With six years of advancements, you would hope it would. Loving seeing these Ryzen scores, considering it's what I'll likely be upgrading to regardless of what Intel release in the very near future.

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    Just benched the laptop:


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    *Updated score* 1576cb @ 3.7GHz. I O/C'd higher at 3.95GHz and system crashed running the benchmark. I also tried at 3.85 and that crashes also. Anything over 3.7 crashes CB or the OS. The system is stable running games at 3.95GHz. Single core: 143 cb @ 3.7GHz. Memory is: DDR4 2133 running @ 3000MHz G.Skill Trident Z. It's ram for Intel systems though it runs fine for AMD.

    1500 cb with a Ryzen 7 1700 @ 3.6 GHz
    1070 on the OpenGL test got: 94.66 fps
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    3146 TR 1950x @stock

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    Re: QOTW: What do you score in Cinebench?

    but it was clear that AMD users weren't having as much fun as the others.
    I hope the complaining about pifast last week wasn't taken as AMD fanboyism just because the benchmark favours Intel platforms?

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    1508 7700k @ 6722mhz

    3626 7920x @ 5501mhz

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    2130
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    80°C at 1.85v

    https://imgur.com/a/gQYwLQ1

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    Core I7 4790 @4.00 score 910

    Open GL 129.2 fps

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    Re: QOTW: What do you score in Cinebench?

    Quote Originally Posted by Iota View Post
    With six years of advancements, you would hope it would. Loving seeing these Ryzen scores, considering it's what I'll likely be upgrading to regardless of what Intel release in the very near future.
    I'm more thinking along the lines about how AMD upped their game so much and how good it is to see compared to a top performing desktop chip at the time (that is still fast and good enough to still be used today - which speaks volumes). Before Ryzen did a cheap mainstream low power laptop chip match a top performing desktop chip from a few years before it? no they didn't. My Ryzen even has inbuilt graphics that wipe the floor with anything integrated that Intel can come up with too, I can play most games at HD at a very respectable frame rate! As a package it's tremendous.

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    Ryzen 7 1700 @ 4Ghz 1810cb

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    This may be an issue for intel people only, but when trying to extract the files from the zip, it gives me a "path to long error for 2 of the AMD files.

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    On my i7 5820K at 4.5Ghz I get 1322 (no OS optimization, just shut other open programs), just goes to show how much quicker the newer CPU's are. Still my system is silent at 4.5Ghz :-)

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    CPU: I7-6700K
    Cores x GHHz: 4cores, 8threads @4.01
    OS: win 10 64 pro (test read as win 8 pro)
    GFX card: GTX 960

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    CPU-853 cb

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    I7-5960x @ 4.4 - - - - 1765

    Ryzen 7 2700x stock -- 1770

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