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Post your Cinebench R15+R11.5+2003 Scores **Over 1000 Submissions**

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Posted · Original PosterOP

The latest version of cinebench is out! download it here > http://www.guru3d.com/files_details/cinebench_15_download.html

 
To download any version of cinebench, type cinebench into google!
 
To download cinebench 2003 go to > http://hwbot.org/ < then benchmarks> processor benchmarks> then click download. its a rar file so you will need to open it with 7zip or a similar program.
 
To download cpuz or gpuz, type them into google and get the latest version. 
 
FAQ:
How many times can i post my scores?
you can post as many scores as you like with as many different cpu's as you like. if you have 2 of the same cpu then let me know. only the highest score you get with a cpu will go on the spreadsheet. (e.g if you have a score with a 2500k@3ghz and then improve your score with your 2500k@4ghz then your score at 3ghz will be deleted and your score at 4ghz will go on the spreadsheet. if you get a with a 2500k@3ghz then upgrade your cpu to a 2600k@ 3ghz you will keep both scores.
 
Why is my gpu being beaten by a much slower gpu on the open gl test?
This will probably be because your cpu is slower single thread. the open gl benchmark is designed to be limited as much as possible by your cpu, so if your gpu is getting beaten by much slower gpu's. overclock your cpu more!
 
How do i run the single thread test?
In the top left hand corner, click file, then advanced benchmark. this should bring up 'cpu (single core)' underneath the normal cpu test. this test takes much longer as it only uses one core and one thread.
 
 
 
Post a screenshot of your score in this thread with cpuz so we know the clock speed (dont crop the screenshot)

Memory and motherboard tabs are optional, but are useful if you are looking for tips for higher scores
you can take a screenshot by press shift and prt sc on your keyboard. 
then to see you screenshot open paint (with comes installed with every copy of windows)
then you can either press ctrl and v or paste in paint and the screenshot will appear in paint
you then save the file as a .jpeg somewhere you will be able to find it later
open the interwebs and upload it to your gallery on the forum or upload it to a place of your choice and simply copy and paste the image into a new post on this thread
 
Top tips to a high score:
1) Don't have any other programs running while you are doing the benchmark. This includes temperature monitoring software and cpuz. if you are concerned about your temps do one run with the monitor open to check they dont get too high, then another run without it open.
2) Overclock your cpu and gpu!
3) take your side panel off your case, open a window or go in a colder place. less heat+more overclock=higher scores.
4) Run the tests separately a few times this can get you that last extra point.
5) Run it on a fresh install if you can. fresh installs are always faster.
6) Don't use your 24/7 oc. top scores will be done with overclocks that might be too hot or too unstable for normal use.
7) more ghz on your cpu is always good, but make sure your ram is running at its full potential too. Normally 1600mhz cl8 will be faster than 1866mhz cl10. get that cl down as low as possible while trying to maintain a good memory frequency.

 

 


 
link to scores google doc (R15)> https://docs.google.com/spreadsheet/ccc?key=0AlC81MjwelBgdEZNV3l6aHl1eUNwSUR4Rml0MXMzN1E&usp=sharing
link to scores google doc (R11.5)> https://docs.google.com/spreadsheet/ccc?key=0AlC81MjwelBgdGpFa3BPaG5QRG1QREFPU3A0dWdVTlE#gid=0
link to scores google doc (2003)> https://docs.google.com/spreadsheet/ccc?key=0AlC81MjwelBgdGVQQnFRVUNxTjZPYVdjT1pDdHA0MUE#gid=0

 

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How your ram speed can affect your cinebench scores.

R11.5

 

R15

 

Watch the Pros at MSI MOA 2014!

 

 

12/12/14: 250 submissions. Cheddle
 

 


Rig Specs:

Intel Xeon W3175X@4.8ghz

Asus Dominus Extreme

Titan V 4 Way

G.Skill Ripheartout X OC 5000Mhz C12 DDR4 4X8GB  

Super Flower Power Leadex 2000W Psu's X2

Harrynowl's 775/771 OC and mod guide: http://linustechtips.com/main/topic/232325-lga775-core2duo-core2quad-overclocking-guide/ http://linustechtips.com/main/topic/365998-mod-lga771-to-lga775-cpu-modification-tutorial/

ProKoN haswell/DC OC guide: http://linustechtips.com/main/topic/41234-intel-haswell-4670k-4770k-overclocking-guide/

 

"desperate for just a bit more money to watercool, the titan x would be thankful" Carter -2016

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Posted · Original PosterOP

where do i dl it at?

 

nvm

ooops edited op now 


Rig Specs:

Intel Xeon W3175X@4.8ghz

Asus Dominus Extreme

Titan V 4 Way

G.Skill Ripheartout X OC 5000Mhz C12 DDR4 4X8GB  

Super Flower Power Leadex 2000W Psu's X2

Harrynowl's 775/771 OC and mod guide: http://linustechtips.com/main/topic/232325-lga775-core2duo-core2quad-overclocking-guide/ http://linustechtips.com/main/topic/365998-mod-lga771-to-lga775-cpu-modification-tutorial/

ProKoN haswell/DC OC guide: http://linustechtips.com/main/topic/41234-intel-haswell-4670k-4770k-overclocking-guide/

 

"desperate for just a bit more money to watercool, the titan x would be thankful" Carter -2016

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Downloading now, this gives me an excuse to see if I can still pop up to 4.8GHz.


My rig: 2600k(4.2 GHz) w/ Cooler Master hyper 212+, Gigabyte Z68-UD3H-B3, Powercolor 7870 xt(1100/1500) w/AIO mod,

8GB DDR3 1600, 120GB Kingston HyperX 3K SSD, 1TB Seagate, Antec earthwatts 430, NZXT H2

Verified max overclock, just for kicks: http://valid.canardpc.com/show_oc.php?id=2609399

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CPU Score (3930k - 4.9ghz - 1.55v)

 

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GPU Score (GTX Titan SLI - GPU Boost 2.0 doing all the work)

 

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Setup Video -----------Peasant Crushing Specs----------- 4K Benchmarks


-CPU- i7 3930k @4.8GHz 1.4v -Mobo- Asus Rampage IV Extreme -GPUs- 2x GTX Titan Hydrocopper SLI -RAM- 32GB (8x4GB) Corsair Vengeance 1600MHz -Storage- 500GB Samsung 840 SSD | 2TB WD Green HDD


-Monitors- 3x BenQ XL2420T | 1x Dell U2713HM -Mouse- Steelseries Rival -Keyboard- Corsair K70 Cherry MX Brown -Headphones- Audio Techinca ATH-M50 -Microphone- RØDE NT1-A

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CPU Score (3930k - 4.9ghz - 1.55v)

 

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GPU Score (GTX Titan SLI - GPU Boost 2.0 doing all the work)

 

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I'm mad jelly dude


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I'm mad jelly dude

You got pretty close on the GPU side :P 


Setup Video -----------Peasant Crushing Specs----------- 4K Benchmarks


-CPU- i7 3930k @4.8GHz 1.4v -Mobo- Asus Rampage IV Extreme -GPUs- 2x GTX Titan Hydrocopper SLI -RAM- 32GB (8x4GB) Corsair Vengeance 1600MHz -Storage- 500GB Samsung 840 SSD | 2TB WD Green HDD


-Monitors- 3x BenQ XL2420T | 1x Dell U2713HM -Mouse- Steelseries Rival -Keyboard- Corsair K70 Cherry MX Brown -Headphones- Audio Techinca ATH-M50 -Microphone- RØDE NT1-A

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CPU score = top

OpenGL score = bottom

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MOBO - Asus Sabertooth 990FX R2.0   CPU - AMD Phenom II X6 1055T @ 3.5GHz - Corsair H80i   RAM - 2x Corsair Vengence 4GB DDR3 @ 1666 MHz   

GPU - SAPPHIRE 100362-3L Radeon R9 290 4GB Tri-X OC  Sound - ASUS Xonar DSX  PSU - Thermaltake SMART M Series SP-850M 850W

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CPU:

http://i.imgur.com/40t2mCP.jpg

 

GPU (ran at 4.2GHz because my 4.8 isn't entirely stable :P ):

http://i.imgur.com/5SJO8E7.jpg

 

I'm actually a bit sad that when I have my cpu at it's limit I barely scrape by a 4770k, But I guess that's what I get for running an architecture that is nearly 3 years old now.

 

Edit: give me a second, this image posting is whooping my butt.

 

Edit2: got it.


My rig: 2600k(4.2 GHz) w/ Cooler Master hyper 212+, Gigabyte Z68-UD3H-B3, Powercolor 7870 xt(1100/1500) w/AIO mod,

8GB DDR3 1600, 120GB Kingston HyperX 3K SSD, 1TB Seagate, Antec earthwatts 430, NZXT H2

Verified max overclock, just for kicks: http://valid.canardpc.com/show_oc.php?id=2609399

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Man, in the CPU side of things, it's not as impressive..my poor 2500k being pushed to limits and still being bested by her newer siblings.

 

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PRISIMHEART 2.0

Case: TT Core V1 || PSU: EVGA Supernova P2 750w || MB: Asrock Fata1ity AB350 Gaming-ITX/ac || CPU: AMD Ryzen R5 1600 || CPU Cooler: Cryorig H7 w/ FD Venturi fan || RAM: G.Skill Flare X 16GB || GPU: Galax GTX 1070 EXOC-SNPR || Storage: Samsung 860 Evo 1TB + Crucial MX500 1TB + SG Firecuda 2TB

 

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Keyboard: Logitech G810 Orion Spectrum || Mouse: Logitech G502 Proteus Spectrum || Monitor: HP Omen 32

 

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Posted · Original PosterOP

thanks for all the scores guys! i'll try and update the op every day when possible.


Rig Specs:

Intel Xeon W3175X@4.8ghz

Asus Dominus Extreme

Titan V 4 Way

G.Skill Ripheartout X OC 5000Mhz C12 DDR4 4X8GB  

Super Flower Power Leadex 2000W Psu's X2

Harrynowl's 775/771 OC and mod guide: http://linustechtips.com/main/topic/232325-lga775-core2duo-core2quad-overclocking-guide/ http://linustechtips.com/main/topic/365998-mod-lga771-to-lga775-cpu-modification-tutorial/

ProKoN haswell/DC OC guide: http://linustechtips.com/main/topic/41234-intel-haswell-4670k-4770k-overclocking-guide/

 

"desperate for just a bit more money to watercool, the titan x would be thankful" Carter -2016

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Man, in the CPU side of things, it's not as impressive..my poor 2500k being pushed to limits and still being bested by her newer siblings.

 

 

I find that quite a suprise. at 4.6GHz I was getting around 780 points. that would be roughly a 40% increase from hyperthreading alone. And I think I even had my memory set to 1333MHz since I was verifying that my extreme clocks still worked.


My rig: 2600k(4.2 GHz) w/ Cooler Master hyper 212+, Gigabyte Z68-UD3H-B3, Powercolor 7870 xt(1100/1500) w/AIO mod,

8GB DDR3 1600, 120GB Kingston HyperX 3K SSD, 1TB Seagate, Antec earthwatts 430, NZXT H2

Verified max overclock, just for kicks: http://valid.canardpc.com/show_oc.php?id=2609399

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I find that quite a suprise. at 4.6GHz I was getting around 780 points. that would be roughly a 40% increase from hyperthreading alone. And I think I even had my memory set to 1333MHz since I was verifying that my extreme clocks still worked.

 

Oh how I regret saving 100 dollars two years ago when I was debating between the i5 and i7 2600k, lol. In all honesty, I probably should have stuck with my gen 1 i7 920. Oh well, no point worrying about these things now.


PRISIMHEART 2.0

Case: TT Core V1 || PSU: EVGA Supernova P2 750w || MB: Asrock Fata1ity AB350 Gaming-ITX/ac || CPU: AMD Ryzen R5 1600 || CPU Cooler: Cryorig H7 w/ FD Venturi fan || RAM: G.Skill Flare X 16GB || GPU: Galax GTX 1070 EXOC-SNPR || Storage: Samsung 860 Evo 1TB + Crucial MX500 1TB + SG Firecuda 2TB

 

PERIPHERALS / DISPLAY

Keyboard: Logitech G810 Orion Spectrum || Mouse: Logitech G502 Proteus Spectrum || Monitor: HP Omen 32

 

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I probably should have stuck with my gen 1 i7 920.

Small world, I have my wife's old 920 running in a HTPC (faulty motherboard that isn't as annoying in such a use, fixed her box with an FX-6100).

 

I've always wondered how worth it the hyper-threading is. Sure there are times it makes a good difference. But there are lots of others times like when gaming that I almost wonder if an i3 would be good enough. So I hop back and forth on whether I should drop to an i5 next upgrade, stick with an i7, or use this until it breaks and then make up my mind.


My rig: 2600k(4.2 GHz) w/ Cooler Master hyper 212+, Gigabyte Z68-UD3H-B3, Powercolor 7870 xt(1100/1500) w/AIO mod,

8GB DDR3 1600, 120GB Kingston HyperX 3K SSD, 1TB Seagate, Antec earthwatts 430, NZXT H2

Verified max overclock, just for kicks: http://valid.canardpc.com/show_oc.php?id=2609399

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4770k @ 4.8GHz and GTX 770 @1306MHz Mem@ 7810Mhz


Corsair 250d - - Delidded i7 4770k @ 4.4GHz (1.15v) - - Asus Maximus VI Impact - - Corsair h100i  

Asus DirectCU II OC GTX780 - - NZXT x41 & G10 w/ Push/Pull Noctua IndustrialPPC's - - Corsair ax760i 

16GB Corsair Vengeance 2133Mhz  - - Samsung 840 pro (boot) - - Samsung Evo (gaming) - - WD green HDD (data)

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Small world, I have my wife's old 920 running in a HTPC (faulty motherboard that isn't as annoying in such a use, fixed her box with an FX-6100).

 

I've always wondered how worth it the hyper-threading is. Sure there are times it makes a good difference. But there are lots of others times like when gaming that I almost wonder if an i3 would be good enough. So I hop back and forth on whether I should drop to an i5 next upgrade, stick with an i7, or use this until it breaks and then make up my mind.

 

Hyperthreading does make a world of difference when an application makes use of multiple cores. For single threaded use, I see where you are coming from. It all depends on the use of the machine and the available budget at the time.

 

Now to invest in beefier cooling and go for 5ghz 24/7


PRISIMHEART 2.0

Case: TT Core V1 || PSU: EVGA Supernova P2 750w || MB: Asrock Fata1ity AB350 Gaming-ITX/ac || CPU: AMD Ryzen R5 1600 || CPU Cooler: Cryorig H7 w/ FD Venturi fan || RAM: G.Skill Flare X 16GB || GPU: Galax GTX 1070 EXOC-SNPR || Storage: Samsung 860 Evo 1TB + Crucial MX500 1TB + SG Firecuda 2TB

 

PERIPHERALS / DISPLAY

Keyboard: Logitech G810 Orion Spectrum || Mouse: Logitech G502 Proteus Spectrum || Monitor: HP Omen 32

 

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@Jumper118 for my GPU, I checked MSI Afterburner and the numbers are 994/2100

 

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Tempted to re-run since these are "stock" settings


PRISIMHEART 2.0

Case: TT Core V1 || PSU: EVGA Supernova P2 750w || MB: Asrock Fata1ity AB350 Gaming-ITX/ac || CPU: AMD Ryzen R5 1600 || CPU Cooler: Cryorig H7 w/ FD Venturi fan || RAM: G.Skill Flare X 16GB || GPU: Galax GTX 1070 EXOC-SNPR || Storage: Samsung 860 Evo 1TB + Crucial MX500 1TB + SG Firecuda 2TB

 

PERIPHERALS / DISPLAY

Keyboard: Logitech G810 Orion Spectrum || Mouse: Logitech G502 Proteus Spectrum || Monitor: HP Omen 32

 

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Posted · Original PosterOP

@Jumper118 for my GPU, I checked MSI Afterburner and the numbers are 994/2100

 

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Tempted to re-run since these are "stock" settings

Thanks :) i just tried some runs at 5 ghz and it didn't go very well xD . I won't be able to update this thread on my blackberry. I'll try when my motherboard has had a rest and cooled down a bit.


Rig Specs:

Intel Xeon W3175X@4.8ghz

Asus Dominus Extreme

Titan V 4 Way

G.Skill Ripheartout X OC 5000Mhz C12 DDR4 4X8GB  

Super Flower Power Leadex 2000W Psu's X2

Harrynowl's 775/771 OC and mod guide: http://linustechtips.com/main/topic/232325-lga775-core2duo-core2quad-overclocking-guide/ http://linustechtips.com/main/topic/365998-mod-lga771-to-lga775-cpu-modification-tutorial/

ProKoN haswell/DC OC guide: http://linustechtips.com/main/topic/41234-intel-haswell-4670k-4770k-overclocking-guide/

 

"desperate for just a bit more money to watercool, the titan x would be thankful" Carter -2016

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