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Post your Cinebench R20+15+R11.5+2003 Scores **Over 1000 Submissions**

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6 hours ago, KingCry said:

Oh snap I was looking at that board, the taichi and the Aurorus Master. How is the bios on it?

Its basically like every other msi bios...

although I have to admit that i used dragon center for my 5.3 Ghz

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13 hours ago, Mephi00 said:

 

although I have to admit that i used dragon center for my 5.3 Ghz

Get the pitch forks.  


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hehehehe

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Laptop: Latitude E4310 w/ i5 580M, 8GB RAM, 120GB 840 EVO, Intel Centrino Ultimate-N 6300 wireless card, Windows 7 Pro x64

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On 2/26/2019 at 2:37 AM, campy said:

when my girlfriend comes over and sees my dining room and kitchen counters covered in pc parts from pre 2006 she immediately takes off her clothes

nothing sexual, she just doesnt want the nerd dust on her clothes 

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59 minutes ago, Mephi00 said:

Holy shit...

I didnt know you could get dualsocket for a pentium xDD

Dual sockets have been a thing since the Pentium Pro lmao


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On 2/26/2019 at 2:37 AM, campy said:

when my girlfriend comes over and sees my dining room and kitchen counters covered in pc parts from pre 2006 she immediately takes off her clothes

nothing sexual, she just doesnt want the nerd dust on her clothes 

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1 hour ago, flibberdipper said:

Dual sockets have been a thing since the Pentium Pro lmao

Holy shit, that means dual socket systems are older than me...

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24 minutes ago, Mephi00 said:

Holy shit, that means dual socket systems are older than me...

C'mon, man. Stop making the rest of us feel old.  Lol.


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I don't have any screens, but I was helping my Dad setup his new HP Desktop today and wanted him to see the difference between his new and old PC so I ran Cinebench on em both.  

 

Old HP with an i5 2500S -- 331 points

New HP with an i7 8700 -- 1300 and some change points

 

He was quite pleased to see that.

 

And in case anyone asks why I didn't build his PC for him -- he was slightly interested in the idea, but HP had a great deal on an 8700 with a 1tb and 16GB Optane and 12 GB of 2666MHz RAM.  It was $679 and with an i7 8700 costing $300 alone it seemed like a great deal.  Only problem is the thing thermal throttles during Cinebench runs so I might have to explore some better cooling solutions for him.  I'm also gonna pull that Optane stick and replace it with a 1tb m.2 860 EVO for him if that Optane drive doesn't feel fast enough for him.  


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On 11/20/2018 at 4:25 PM, Mephi00 said:

Holy shit, my 9900k runs the 5Ghz at 1.25v and 5.1 is around 1.28 i think :)

it wont do 5.2 at 1.29v unfortunately

I've had major OC problems, on z370 (high end with 10 power phase design (MSI Gaming M5)) and I've tried to OC different ways, like expert mode and simple mode. Can't seem to be able to OC anything in expert mode might be because i do some settings wrong o BIOS is outdated (im not sure hwat all V settings are and how much aproximately they should be so leave all at Auto except the Core clock which i apply to all cores as fixed). And Now im running stock as  thought i had stable 5.0GHz all core (with that high voltage) but apperantly its not stable as when i isnstalled a GTX1080Ti it began crashing very rarely but enough for me to go back to stock. Is there any in-dept OC turorials for i9-9900K on Z370? Ive OC a lot before on my previous i7-8700K and i5-3570K but I seemt to struggle to "OC" to stock speeds even. Leading me to believe i do somehing wrong in Bios in expert more or Bios update required. Already updated bios to support the i9.

What settings do you use and how do you OC yours to achive such low voltage (did you test with IntelBurnTest, Prime95 and Realbench?)

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2 hours ago, SebastianEier said:

I've had major OC problems, on z370 (high end with 10 power phase design (MSI Gaming M5)) and I've tried to OC different ways, like expert mode and simple mode. Can't seem to be able to OC anything in expert mode might be because i do some settings wrong o BIOS is outdated (im not sure hwat all V settings are and how much aproximately they should be so leave all at Auto except the Core clock which i apply to all cores as fixed). And Now im running stock as  thought i had stable 5.0GHz all core (with that high voltage) but apperantly its not stable as when i isnstalled a GTX1080Ti it began crashing very rarely but enough for me to go back to stock. Is there any in-dept OC turorials for i9-9900K on Z370? Ive OC a lot before on my previous i7-8700K and i5-3570K but I seemt to struggle to "OC" to stock speeds even. Leading me to believe i do somehing wrong in Bios in expert more or Bios update required. Already updated bios to support the i9.

What settings do you use and how do you OC yours to achive such low voltage (did you test with IntelBurnTest, Prime95 and Realbench?)

I tested it with Prime95 and custom 12k sizes (as der8auer told me xD)

I use the voltage and the coreclock in the bios to OC but I have the feeling that my chip is kinda golden xD

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16 hours ago, Mephi00 said:

I tested it with Prime95 and custom 12k sizes (as der8auer told me xD)

My chip would often fail RealBench stress test even though it survived Prime95. So you only change 2 settings? ATX offsett still auto? What motherboard do you have? I don't think that i got a crappy i9 (but who knows) as it failed when i "OC" to stock speeds (i.e. prob a config / bios error, am running it on a z370 after all)

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1 minute ago, SebastianEier said:

My chip would often fail RealBench stress test even though it survived Prime95. So you only change 2 settings? ATX offsett still auto? What motherboard do you have? I don't think that i got a crappy i9 (but who knows) as it failed when i "OC" to stock speeds (i.e. prob a config / bios error, am running it on a z370 after all)

If it is failing Realbench its failing AVX instruction sets.


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8 hours ago, SebastianEier said:

My chip would often fail RealBench stress test even though it survived Prime95. So you only change 2 settings? ATX offsett still auto? What motherboard do you have? I don't think that i got a crappy i9 (but who knows) as it failed when i "OC" to stock speeds (i.e. prob a config / bios error, am running it on a z370 after all)

Yeah right I use an avx offset of 4 because der8auer told me to xD and i havent tried to go further than that

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Well here's mine, think there might be a bit more to gain, however i've started to run into stability issues if pushed further

I even had half of my SSD Raid Array go offline for a few reboots, took that as a hint to stop...happy with the results though! 

 

Note that Overclocking was done in AMD Ryzen Master, therefore it says "3.7Ghz" in CB, i got higher scores on 4.3Ghz in BIOS but those settings are so unstable 🤷‍♂️

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1 hour ago, Nordern said:

Well here's mine, think there might be a bit more to gain, however i've started to run into stability issues if pushed further

I even had half of my SSD Raid Array go offline for a few reboots, took that as a hint to stop...happy with the results though! 

 

Note that Overclocking was done in AMD Ryzen Master, therefore it says "3.7Ghz" in CB, i got higher scores on 4.3Ghz in BIOS but those settings are so unstable 🤷‍♂️

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Ayyy another 2700X.  What motherboard are you using?


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21 minutes ago, Nordern said:

ASUS ROG STRIX X470-F Gaming 4024 BIOS Version ;)

What the h...? Another overclocking norwegian on LTT, in the same county/region as well? I thought our race had died out years ago!

 

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1 hour ago, Nordern said:

ASUS ROG STRIX X470-F Gaming 4024 BIOS Version ;)

Ooooh you're gonna wanna use Performance Enhancer Level 3.  Are you using it yet?


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10 hours ago, nick name said:

Ooooh you're gonna wanna use Performance Enhancer Level 3.  Are you using it yet?

Been using PE Level 4 so far, does 3 offer something level 4 does not on this board?

 

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4 hours ago, Nordern said:

Been using PE Level 4 so far, does 3 offer something level 4 does not on this board?

 

Oh, no -- if you can run PE 4 stable then that's great.  


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3 hours ago, HuckinB said:

Any ideas on what to upgrade. I'm on a budget of about £500?

CPU: AMD FX-6300

GPU: AMD R7-260X

Motherboard: Gigabyte 970A-DS3P

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Maybe go for a 1060 6g or rx 580 and wait till you have enaugh money for a ryzen

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8 hours ago, HuckinB said:

Any ideas on what to upgrade. I'm on a budget of about £500?

CPU: AMD FX-6300

GPU: AMD R7-260X

Motherboard: Gigabyte 970A-DS3P

 

https://www.overclockers.co.uk/amd-bundle-amd-ryzen-5-2600-asus-x370-f-strix-team-group-ram-free-240gb-ssd-online-only-bu-01f-am.html

https://www.overclockers.co.uk/sapphire-radeon-rx-570-pulse-8192mb-gddr5-pci-express-graphics-card-gx-38g-sp.html

then sell the game codes you dont want and you could sell your current parts as well :) 


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