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    Single core 1581 pts
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    Re: QOTW: What do you score in Cinebench Release 23?

    Single 1292
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    Re: QOTW: What do you score in Cinebench Release 23?

    Single: 1304
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    Re: QOTW: What do you score in Cinebench Release 23?

    Quote Originally Posted by Duckboy79 View Post
    May I ask, Is your system spec up to date? if so, how doe's that 3080 FE run in it? games wise, if you play them that is. sorry for going off topic, I know it would have been a total work horse in its day! just seeing such low single core, then games getting more multi threaded etc, quite interesting to know.

    Edit: because of the 2x Xeon's
    It's OK in most situations. Looking at the scores from 3dmark compared to hexus review scores I'm very much as expected.

    I don't feel like it's holding me back too much.

    There are a couple of games I do worry about due to the very low single core performance and I can see the games only using one core but it's still doing OK.

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    Re: QOTW: What do you score in Cinebench Release 23?

    Latest scores on the doors. Keep it coming folks!


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    Re: QOTW: What do you score in Cinebench Release 23?

    Also here's a normalised chart which makes for a more interesting comparison I think. (I've deliberately left the order as before).



    Edit: Here are charts sorted by CPU multi/no threads and by CPU single




    These show the generational improvement in Ryzen 5000 series over 3000 series in single thread (by 20-25%), but little to no difference in the multi CPU/thread, with the exception of the R7-5800x which seems to show a consistent leap versus both its predecessors and its current siblings, even against the 5950x. *

    Compared to the 5950x the 5800x has 96-97% of the single thread performance, while its multicore performance per thread is 20%-25% better in these results. Bang for buck that's pretty appealing, and unless the 5900x comes in similarly performing, then it does give some grounds to people going for a 5800x if they don't need the extra cores.

    *Edit 2 - 5600x score will come in v0.3 chart, and shows it performing similarly to the 5800x - it might be this 5950x sample is hitting a thermal limit, TBC if we can get more samples from people using R9-5900x and R9-5950x (and 5700x would be useful too). It could just be the lower clock speed of the 5950 (3.4GHz vs 3.7-3.8GHz for the rest of the 5000x models) holding it back.
    Last edited by ik9000; 13-03-2021 at 04:30 PM. Reason: footnote added

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    Re: QOTW: What do you score in Cinebench Release 23?

    Quote Originally Posted by Iota View Post
    Definitely stock, cooler I'm using is a Corsair Hydro H115i RGB Platinum set to quiet mode (barely hear it even under full load). I'm actually surprised there is such a variation between mine and the 9900k results posted by nar. Of course this is completely unscientific due to the variation in background processes running on each PC. Interesting to see the generational improvements though, in real world scenarios.
    Sry missed this on my sweep through. I've added your cooler in, it will show in v0.3 with the next updates. The difference could be down to a variety of things, but the cooling is an interesting one to see. I wish I hadn't turned down the chance to review that MSI AIO in December - I'd love to see how the NH-U14S compares to a decent AIO. Especially now I've worked out the best fans to use with the Noctua (and no, they're not Noctua)

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    Re: QOTW: What do you score in Cinebench Release 23?

    Single Core: 1,595
    Multi Core: 15,166 (initial score), 15,562 (score after replacing thermal paste with Kryonaut)

    CPU: Ryzen 7 5800X
    RAM: 2x16GiB Crucial 3600MHz CL16
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    Re: QOTW: What do you score in Cinebench Release 23?

    Single Core: 1516
    Multi Core: 11509

    CPU: 5600X

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    Re: QOTW: What do you score in Cinebench Release 23?

    so adding the 5600x into the mix shows it doing fairly similarly to the 5800x in terms of per-thread and single core performance. I wonder if the 5950x is hitting some kind of thermal throttling.

    @Beffa what cooler, mobo, ram are you using with it?

    Does anyone have a 5700x and/or 5900x they can add into this (and a 3950x for that matter)?
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    Re: QOTW: What do you score in Cinebench Release 23?

    Quote Originally Posted by 3lDuK3 View Post
    Single Core: 1516
    Multi Core: 11509

    CPU: 5600X
    can you give more details on your system, particularly the mobo and cpu cooler used? (your profile system spec is showing empty)

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    Re: QOTW: What do you score in Cinebench Release 23?

    Mobo: MSI X570 Tomahawk
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    GPU: XFX Radeon RX 6900XT Merc 319
    Case Be Quiet! Dark Base Pro 900.

    I will make a few more tests today, I have cleared CMOS and updated Bios because of a missing Bluetooth (Might have been some other things missing too)

    Edit on edit:
    Single 1635 Max temp 63C (Stock)
    Multi 25100 Max temp 54C (Stock)

    Tried a few runs with some overclock and hit 29810 at best for multi, could not a better score in single mode with OC
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    Re: QOTW: What do you score in Cinebench Release 23?

    5900X
    Single Core: 1,645
    Multi Core: 21,892


    10700K
    Single Core: 1,378
    Multi Core: 11,969


    Both at stock, they're running optimized for silence not airflow though (mostly closed caes, NH-D15 with ULNA) so they'd probably boost a bit higher in more open cases
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    Re: QOTW: What do you score in Cinebench Release 23?

    On my Xeon E5-2670 0 (8 core, 16 Thread, 2.6Ghz):
    Multicore: 5363
    Single core 587
    MP ratio 9.13x

    and my ancient core 2 quad Q9550 (4 core, 4 thread, 2.84GHz):
    Multicore: 1234
    Single core 401
    MP ratio 3.08x
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    Re: QOTW: What do you score in Cinebench Release 23?

    Quote Originally Posted by ik9000 View Post
    so adding the 5600x into the mix shows it doing fairly similarly to the 5800x in terms of per-thread and single core performance. I wonder if the 5950x is hitting some kind of thermal throttling.
    I'd be really surprised if the single core bench throttles. I was watching my core temps using HWInfo64 when running the single core and it looks like the process for Cinebench was being moved around the different cores while running, not sure if anyone else notices this behaviour if they monitor the core temps. I only noticed it because I was curious what a light overclock would do to my scores (set all cores to run static @4.9 = 12600/1305).

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