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

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31 minutes ago, Jumper118 said:

just like this

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run r15

open cpuz program x3 with cpu,memory, mainboard

take image of screen

post here.  

Thank you my friend!

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7 hours ago, Steve jovz said:

Thank you my friend!

You don't have to open CPU-Z during the run.  Open everything after the run and then screenshot.  


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Decided to see if i could push the mhz a bit more than previously.

 

learn to work with memory timings next I think.

 

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@Jumper118

Can you add a C15 EXTREME section?

 

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Dear Friends,
I am happy to share with you my small Mod for the Popular R15 benchmark!
As you all know, since AMD ThreadRipper 2990WX came out the CINEBENCH R15 looked too easy for this monster CPU, the Scene Renders too Fast :).
Now we also got the new Intel Xeon W-3175X 28-core and many Overclockers playing with the CR R15 and the current version cannot stress enough those CPU's and the scores fluctuation too much.
So I played with the files of the benchmark and I force it to render X4 Times the resolution! 
Plus, I edited the textures to make this "R15 EXTREME MOD".
Now the Render times is over 80 seconds vs around 25 seconds on stock Ryzen 7 2700X (new score around 430 vs 1700)!

P.S: More accurate Notebook CPU's benchmark scores:
with this Mod you can better evaluate Notebook CPU's performance since even with single run you can throttle the CPU clocks unlike the Original CB R15 that finishes too quickly.

___________How to Apply the MOD? __________
Just Replace the original "plugins" folder inside "CINEBENCH R15.038_RC184115" with my modded "plugins" folder.
Download: (Updated the Logo Image)
https://ufile.io/54jfb
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Now We are Ready for the Next ThreadRipper and Ryzen Generation!
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Enjoy and please share your scores with the community :).
Enjoy!
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https://forums.guru3d.com/threads/ann-cinebench-r15-extreme-unofficial-mod-for-the-community-to-stress-hedt-platforms.425161/

 

That picture shows my old test with c15 on my Xeon D 1541 (already in the doc), and the just retested on the EXTREME version. 

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23 hours ago, The Benjamins said:

@Jumper118

Can you add a C15 EXTREME section?

 

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https://forums.guru3d.com/threads/ann-cinebench-r15-extreme-unofficial-mod-for-the-community-to-stress-hedt-platforms.425161/

 

That picture shows my old test with c15 on my Xeon D 1541 (already in the doc), and the just retested on the EXTREME version. 

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Yes, I will add it once i get to here updated. :D I have put this benchmark on hwbot as well. Great find sir. 


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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/

 

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Cinebench R15 Extreme on my Xeon X5670 @ 4.32GHz

 

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See if I did this right, tried to stick to as close to the example as I humanly could. This is my main Rig that is on its last days, but still does me good with performance and reliability. Well, until I see this thread earlier today and try to overclock my 4690k one multiplier to 44. restart, no post. Bah, had to extract my tower from the cave it usually lives in, to reset the cmos. Had to take out my new rx580 to get to the jumper and battery. Still wouldnt post after that, decided to turn off/unplug inside case lights and a couple cathode tubes I have hooked up to my monitors. Posted after that, set all bios settings back to the REGULAR settings and did a final run on cinebench, just happy to be able to use my computer for the day. Oh wow I just wrote a whole novel, thanks for getting this far, ha. Cheers 

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30 minutes ago, spuntheone said:

See if I did this right, tried to stick to as close to the example as I humanly could. This is my main Rig that is on its last days, but still does me good with performance and reliability. Well, until I see this thread earlier today and try to overclock my 4690k one multiplier to 44. restart, no post. Bah, had to extract my tower from the cave it usually lives in, to reset the cmos. Had to take out my new rx580 to get to the jumper and battery. Still wouldnt post after that, decided to turn off/unplug inside case lights and a couple cathode tubes I have hooked up to my monitors. Posted after that, set all bios settings back to the REGULAR settings and did a final run on cinebench, just happy to be able to use my computer for the day. Oh wow I just wrote a whole novel, thanks for getting this far, ha. Cheers 

 

yes that is correct, but why is the cpu voltage at 1.76v?


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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/

 

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4 hours ago, Jumper118 said:

yes that is correct, but why is the cpu voltage at 1.76v?

I think the reading is wrong. However I am using a K chip on a cheap non-overclocking mobo. Same board but using a G3258 it said I was at 0.100 vcore or something ludacris. Believe it is near 1.2 at least what XTU says:

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5 hours ago, spuntheone said:

I think the reading is wrong. However I am using a K chip on a cheap non-overclocking mobo. Same board but using a G3258 it said I was at 0.100 vcore or something ludacris. Believe it is near 1.2 at least what XTU says:

 

ok. thats good then


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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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Casual 24/7 daily settings on X79. Might go hard when there's a chart up ;)

 

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Posted · Original PosterOP
8 hours ago, fingerjcp said:

XPS 9570 

i7 7850H 

 

-100 undervolt

 

that is not cpuz :P 


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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/

 

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Perusing this thread today,.. I had my "Daily Driver" 4.5/4.2/2.4 CPU/Cache/Ram Loaded...
So I put my head into the other profiles I created and have this to share.

Booted, waited,..ran once,..ran again (Multi) and thats the score,.. then did SingleCore.

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Maximums - Asus Z97-K /w i5 4690 Bclk @106.9Mhz * x39 = 4.17Ghz, 8GB of 2600Mhz DDR3,.. Gigabyte GTX970 G1-Gaming @ 1550Mhz

 

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So the upgraded board got me another few points in Cinebench!  And honestly the Z390 Godlike just looks awesome.  Now to reinstall windows and everything so I am not using the ROG version of CPU-Z.

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12 hours ago, GMart84 said:

So the upgraded board got me another few points in Cinebench!  And honestly the Z390 Godlike just looks awesome.  Now to reinstall windows and everything so I am not using the ROG version of CPU-Z.

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What rate have you gotten stable? I can't get anything over 5.1ghz stable to save my life.

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@sergeantsilent Here are the settings I have managed to get stable in different ways on two different boards.

 

Asus Maximus X Hero (Wi-Fi ac) Everyday (2165 Cinebench)

5.1 Ghz @ 1.29 vCore in Bios w/LLC Level 6 (Readings in Windows hover around 1.290-1.304 for vCore)

BCLK 100.00

58x Cache Ratio

VCCIO 1.15v

VCCSA 1.15v

DRAM 3200 Mhz (14,16,16,34 Timings) @ 1.38v

 

Asus Maximus X Hero (Wi-Fi ac) Benchmarking (2347 Cinebench)

5.3 Ghz @ 1.36 vCore in Bios w/LLC Level 6 (Readings in Windows hover around 1.36-1.38 for vCore)

BCLK 100.50

58x Cache Ratio

VCCIO 1.25v

VCCSA 1.25v

DRAM 3200 Mhz (14,16,16,34 Timings) @ 1.39v

 

MSI Z390 Godlike Everyday (2189 Cinebench)

5.1 Ghz @ 1.29 vCore in Bios w/LLC Mode 3 (Readings in Windows hover around 1.280-1.294 for vCore)

BCLK 100.00

48x Ring Ratio

CPU IO 1.20v

CPU SA 1.15v

DRAM 3200 Mhz (14,16,16,34 Timings) @ 1.38v

 

MSI Z390 Godlike Benchmarking (2353 Cinebench)

5.3 Ghz @ 1.36 vCore in Bios w/LLC Mode 2 (Readings in Windows hover around 1.350-1.370 for vCore)

BCLK 100.93

48x Ring Ratio

CPU IO 1.25v

CPU SA 1.25v

DRAM 3200 Mhz (14,16,16,34 Timings) @ 1.38v

 

Things that I noticed through this entire process.  The Asus board was better with the VCCIO and VCCSA at one point I had the cache frequency multiplier up to 63x without any issues, but I was running out of overall power in the system.  It also was better at memory overclocking.  I could slow the timings back to 15,17,17,35 and get a 3600 Mhz OC with 1.39v but again I was running into system power issues, at least from what I could tell.  It wouldn't blue screen but Cinebench would lock up.

 

On the MSI board the system wants more CPU IO and SA voltage than on the Asus and I cannot clock the Ring Ratio anywhere beyond the 48x really.  I would love to get it to the 53x mark but I am sure that would need 1.30v on both of the voltages in order to do that.  It is also not a fan of pushing the memory as far but the overall Cinebench scores did get better so I am not super upset about it.


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16 hours ago, GMart84 said:

@sergeantsilent Here are the settings I have managed to get stable in different ways on two different boards.

 

Asus Maximus X Hero (Wi-Fi ac) Everyday (2165 Cinebench)

5.1 Ghz @ 1.29 vCore in Bios w/LLC Level 6 (Readings in Windows hover around 1.290-1.304 for vCore)

BCLK 100.00

58x Cache Ratio

VCCIO 1.15v

VCCSA 1.15v

DRAM 3200 Mhz (14,16,16,34 Timings) @ 1.38v

 

Asus Maximus X Hero (Wi-Fi ac) Benchmarking (2347 Cinebench)

5.3 Ghz @ 1.36 vCore in Bios w/LLC Level 6 (Readings in Windows hover around 1.36-1.38 for vCore)

BCLK 100.50

58x Cache Ratio

VCCIO 1.25v

VCCSA 1.25v

DRAM 3200 Mhz (14,16,16,34 Timings) @ 1.39v

 

MSI Z390 Godlike Everyday (2189 Cinebench)

5.1 Ghz @ 1.29 vCore in Bios w/LLC Mode 3 (Readings in Windows hover around 1.280-1.294 for vCore)

BCLK 100.00

48x Ring Ratio

CPU IO 1.20v

CPU SA 1.15v

DRAM 3200 Mhz (14,16,16,34 Timings) @ 1.38v

 

MSI Z390 Godlike Benchmarking (2353 Cinebench)

5.3 Ghz @ 1.36 vCore in Bios w/LLC Mode 2 (Readings in Windows hover around 1.350-1.370 for vCore)

BCLK 100.93

48x Ring Ratio

CPU IO 1.25v

CPU SA 1.25v

DRAM 3200 Mhz (14,16,16,34 Timings) @ 1.38v

 

Things that I noticed through this entire process.  The Asus board was better with the VCCIO and VCCSA at one point I had the cache frequency multiplier up to 63x without any issues, but I was running out of overall power in the system.  It also was better at memory overclocking.  I could slow the timings back to 15,17,17,35 and get a 3600 Mhz OC with 1.39v but again I was running into system power issues, at least from what I could tell.  It wouldn't blue screen but Cinebench would lock up.

 

On the MSI board the system wants more CPU IO and SA voltage than on the Asus and I cannot clock the Ring Ratio anywhere beyond the 48x really.  I would love to get it to the 53x mark but I am sure that would need 1.30v on both of the voltages in order to do that.  It is also not a fan of pushing the memory as far but the overall Cinebench scores did get better so I am not super upset about it.

I've got the MSI z390 ace, think the VRM is the issue?

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57 minutes ago, sergeantsilent said:

I've got the MSI z390 ace, think the VRM is the issue?

Got the ace as well and as far as I can tell: those 12Phases of VRM are enough for even the 9900k @5.3Ghz

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@sergeantsilent @Mephi00 I don’t think that the VRM is the issue.  I actually read that the MSI ones were some of the better ones.

 

The chip may just be hitting its limit.  I believe Silicon Lottery who bins their chips tested below 10% of chips could get to 5.1 or above GHz.


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i9-9900K - 5.1 Ghz @ 1.29 vCore, 32 GB Corsair Vengeance Pro RGB (@ 3200 Mhz), MSI Z390 Godlike, 2x EVGA GTX 1080Ti SC Black Edition, Samsung 970 Pro, Samsung 970 EVO, Dual Custom Loop Cooling, Thermaltake Tower 900, HX1000i

 

VR Build

i7-8700K - 5.1 Ghz @ 1.36 vCore, 16 GB G.Skill Ripjaw V (@ 3200Mhz), Asus Maximus X Hero (Wi Fi ac), EVGA GTX 1080 SC, Toshiba NVME, Custom Loop (CPU Only), Thermaltake Core P5, HX850i

 

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Pentium G5400, 8 GB Kingston HyperX Fury (@ 2400 MHz), Asrock H370M-ITX/ac, Intel 320 System SSD, 4x Hitachi 7200K 4 TB HDD, Thermaltake TR2 650W, Cooler Master Master Liquid Lite 120, Corsair 100R

 

Daughter's First Build

Core i3-6100, 8 GB Corsair Vengeance LPX (@ 2133 MHz), Asrock H270M-ITX/ac, XFX RX-580 GTS, 2x Corsair Force LS, PowerSpec 550w, NZXT H200i

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22 hours ago, GMart84 said:

@sergeantsilent @Mephi00 I don’t think that the VRM is the issue.  I actually read that the MSI ones were some of the better ones.

 

The chip may just be hitting its limit.  I believe Silicon Lottery who bins their chips tested below 10% of chips could get to 5.1 or above GHz.

That means I‘m super lucky with my chip and 90% of all chips are awful?

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