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

    Quote Originally Posted by rs4847 View Post
    5950X PBO on.

    Single: 1525
    Multi: 27132

    Not that great though I am not expecting much as this is a launch day CPU and this board is not a OC champion by any means.

    Now I do have another 5950X from a later batch on a Asus ROG Crosshair VIII Dark Hero that I building for my bro so I shall bench that for a comparison soon.
    I run AGESA 1.2.0.1 and that might make some difference, my RAM also clock down to 2144Mhz when updating Bios so you might have a loo there too

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

    Quote Originally Posted by Euphonium View Post
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    AMD Ryzen 9 3900 - 12c/24t 3.8GHz 1,310 18,125
    Updating my BIOS boosted my R9-3900X scores slightly:
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    Re: QOTW: What do you score in Cinebench Release 23?

    Thanks all, latest charts:

    absolute (ranked by multi cpu score)


    normalised (but still ranked by multi cpu score)


    normalised and ranked by multi core score/no. threads


    normalised and ranked by single core score

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

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    4790K @ 4.7GHz all core, 16GB DDR3 1800, NH-U12P, Gigabyte GA-Z97X-UD5H
    Single Core: 1129
    Multi-Core: 5490

    Interesting to see all these plotted, the trusty old 4790K (OC) almost getting beaten by the £80 i3-10100F.
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    Re: QOTW: What do you score in Cinebench Release 23?

    My Dell Precision M6800 laptop with an i7 4810MQ CPU running at 2.8Ghz and 16Gb of RAM

    2755 with all 4 cores and 8 threads. I cannot be bothered running the single core, I'd loose the will to live.

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

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

    Quote Originally Posted by Phrontis View Post
    My Dell Precision M6800 laptop with an i7 4810MQ CPU running at 2.8Ghz and 16Gb of RAM

    2755 with all 4 cores and 8 threads. I cannot be bothered running the single core, I'd loose the will to live.
    use advanced settings and limit the run time - it will just do part of the picture and take a score from that. Some parts render faster than others so it will skew your figure a bit, but it means you don't have to leave the thing for 30mins to complete.

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

    Quote Originally Posted by Phrontis View Post
    My Dell Precision M6800 laptop with an i7 4810MQ CPU running at 2.8Ghz and 16Gb of RAM

    2755 with all 4 cores and 8 threads. I cannot be bothered running the single core, I'd loose the will to live.
    You're probably throttling. Dell cooling leaves a lot to be desired I really don't know why they put i7 chips in some of their machines, a lot of the real-world tests show the cooler running i5 outperform it due to a better net thermal headroom. Particularly so when they introduced the "high-end" iris pro graphics that seem to gobble-up the thermal envelope available at the first sign of any animation.

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

    Intel Core i7 8750H on an MSI laptop: 1021 single-core, 4901 multi-core (4.80x). It maxed out at 45.03W on multi-core, and stayed at about 28W single-core (with the 4 GHz turbo kicking in).

    Core i5 2500K, at 3.3 GHz (turbo disabled): 632 single, 2276 multi (3.60x). At 4.0 GHz all-core overclocked: 776 single, 2907 multi (3.75X). Even at 4 GHz, it used 76.34W maximum, significantly below its 95W TDP, with a max temperature of 62C (with a Hyper 212 Evo cooler). Single-core at 4 GHz, it used 30W, just slightly more than the laptop's CPU at 4 GHz (although the laptop one was about 60% faster in IPC).

    I wish Rocket Lake and Intel's newer CPUs in general were so considerate about the TDP. The low noise level of the 2500K at 4 GHz is quite acceptable; I'm doubtful I'd find the same with an 11700K that can peak at two to three times that depending on the workload. *checks if AMD has released the 5800 to retail yet*

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    CPU Ryzen R5-3600 @ 3.6GHZ 6 core 12 thread
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    cinebench bumped it to 52C ish. for single core, occasionaly went to 4200mhz for about a second, mainly stayed at 3600
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    Multi 9450 pts
    Single 1245 pts

    MP ratio 7.59 x
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    Re: QOTW: What do you score in Cinebench Release 23?

    Quote Originally Posted by Core2Extreme View Post
    Intel Core i7 8750H on an MSI laptop: 1021 single-core, 4901 multi-core (4.80x). It maxed out at 45.03W on multi-core, and stayed at about 28W single-core (with the 4 GHz turbo kicking in).

    Core i5 2500K, at 3.3 GHz (turbo disabled): 632 single, 2276 multi (3.60x). At 4.0 GHz all-core overclocked: 776 single, 2907 multi (3.75X). Even at 4 GHz, it used 76.34W maximum, significantly below its 95W TDP, with a max temperature of 62C (with a Hyper 212 Evo cooler). Single-core at 4 GHz, it used 30W, just slightly more than the laptop's CPU at 4 GHz (although the laptop one was about 60% faster in IPC).

    I wish Rocket Lake and Intel's newer CPUs in general were so considerate about the TDP. The low noise level of the 2500K at 4 GHz is quite acceptable; I'm doubtful I'd find the same with an 11700K that can peak at two to three times that depending on the workload. *checks if AMD has released the 5800 to retail yet*
    the 5800x has been out for weeks - stocks levels are low and they sell out instantly.

    the i5-2500k and i7-2700k were excellent chips. IIRC intel still soldered that generation, and they had miles of OC potential, so much so intel locked the BCLK to stop people just buying those instead of i7-920 et al on x58. By decoupling the mem controller in 1155 vs linked in 1156 the memory OC was also much easier and more capable. With proper unlocking those chips could easily have done 5GHz+ on air, and still could with water cooling just off the multi alone. I'd suggest trying to get yours up to 4.5GHz, that was a good common level at the time IIRC. I really wish they'd left bclk unlocked. There was real fun in playing around with bclk, multi and turbo ratios, then balancing that with mclock ratios and ram multi to get the RAM to its sweetspot alongside it. OC'ing my i3-540 and i7-870 was fun. I got it 4GHz on all cores and turboing up to 7.4GHz (according to HWmonitor anyway, though I suspect that is a transient and not the actual speed)


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

    Enlightening - that My 4th Gen Intel 4C/8T old home PC beats out my works 6c/12T 8th Gen lol

    Already a result in the table very close to My 4th Gen of the same CPU type so I'll just give my works HP desktop I7-8700 CPU @3.2Ghz Single core = 977 Multicore = 4999 {Shocking}

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    Thanks all, just doing the new charts now.

    Edit: latest charts (v0.5)

    absolute (ranked by multi cpu score)


    normalised (but still ranked by multi cpu score)


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    normalised and ranked by single core score
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    Apologies, I didn't specify my cooler before.

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