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10 hours ago, DingoFnBaby said:

Fresh pull tonight with most things unloaded from memory.

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GeForce Experience will crap on your Cinebench run.  At 4.35GHz you should be closer to, if not higher than, 2000.   


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11 hours ago, DingoFnBaby said:

Fresh pull tonight with most things unloaded from memory.

 

Would you share the rest of your settings please? i'm absolutely unable to get my 2700x over 4250 across all cores at 1.4125v 

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1 hour ago, Nordern said:

Would you share the rest of your settings please? i'm absolutely unable to get my 2700x over 4250 across all cores at 1.4125v 

Your mobo and cooling will need to be known.  


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2 hours ago, nick name said:

GeForce Experience will crap on your Cinebench run.  At 4.35GHz you should be closer to, if not higher than, 2000.   

Even after uninstalling GE and rebooting, I ended up topping out on repeated runs at 1988

 

2 hours ago, Nordern said:

Would you share the rest of your settings please? i'm absolutely unable to get my 2700x over 4250 across all cores at 1.4125v 

@NordernAttached, screenshots from MSI CC - replicated the same settings in bios to make it permanent.  

For a cooler, I'm using the Master Liquid ML360R RGB.

 

Also, tried a Prime95 run with these settings and cooler - ended up hitting 80C at around 7 minutes and cut the test short there.  I'm planning to drop it back down to 4.325 and see if I can get an hour, or lower until I can get at least an hour.

 

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8 minutes ago, DingoFnBaby said:

Even after uninstalling GE and rebooting, I ended up topping out on repeated runs at 1988

 

@NordernAttached, screenshots from MSI CC - replicated the same settings in bios to make it permanent.  

For a cooler, I'm using the Master Liquid ML360R RGB.

 

Dingo

 

 

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If you can close any and everything else then that will help also.  I "sterilize" Windows in Task Manager before runs by closing anything running that I can -- including Explorer.  You can use Ctrl+Shift+Esc to bring up Task Manger after your Cinebench run to start Explorer again.   Also if you set priority to Real Time for Cinebench it will increase the score a bit.  The run won't render on-screen as it goes and will look frozen so give it a moment before giving up.  That can be frustrating when you don't know if your OC is stable or not.  

 

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Also, I haven't seen anyone benefit from a SOC higher than 1.1V.  1.2V is the safety limit, but I don't ever recommend going that high and almost never recommend going above 1.1V unless it's to account for droop.  But I prefer Load Line Calibration above using more voltage when combating droop.  


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Yeah, closed everything I could.. except explorer :D  and set Cinebench to real time.  I'm thinking I'm close to the limit of what I can get on this rig, but maybe some tweaks can squeeze a few more.  That puts me at 5th under you in 3rd on the current google doc's AM4 tab @nick name but at 4.35GHz vs your 4.435, I don't think I can get over 2k without bumping the clock.  I did try running at 4.375 and couldn't get Cinebench to do anything other than lock up the computer until I pulled the power cord.  

 

I think I'm gonna have to live with sub 2k on Cinebench unless I want to roll the dice and swap CPU's for $300 a pop and I'm probably not that motivated.  

Since the cooler couldn't keep up with the heat generated for more than a couple of minutes, I'm also somewhat tempted to see what I can do to increase the cooling efficiency or swap to something that can offload more heat.. since I pretty much heated the entire loop to 70C within around 5 minutes.

I could get creative and try and push some colder air through it, but right now everything runs inside the box and works for daily use :D

 

Dingo

 

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7 minutes ago, DingoFnBaby said:

Yeah, closed everything I could.. except explorer :D  and set Cinebench to real time.  I'm thinking I'm close to the limit of what I can get on this rig, but maybe some tweaks can squeeze a few more.  That puts me at 5th under you in 3rd on the current google doc's AM4 tab @nick name but at 4.35GHz vs your 4.435, I don't think I can get over 2k without bumping the clock.  I did try running at 4.375 and couldn't get Cinebench to do anything other than lock up the computer until I pulled the power cord.  

 

I think I'm gonna have to live with sub 2k on Cinebench unless I want to roll the dice and swap CPU's for $300 a pop and I'm probably not that motivated.  

Since the cooler couldn't keep up with the heat generated for more than a couple of minutes, I'm also somewhat tempted to see what I can do to increase the cooling efficiency or swap to something that can offload more heat.. since I pretty much heated the entire loop to 70C within around 5 minutes.

I could get creative and try and push some colder air through it, but right now everything runs inside the box and works for daily use :D

 

Dingo

 

Well as far as scores go -- the leader board, while recently updated, isn't complete.  My highest score in this thread is 2058, but I utilized the tilt of the Earth to accomplish it.  In other words -- when it's cold . . . open the window.  

 

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Also, lower SOC to 1.1V and it might help with temps.  


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Fair enough :D  I'm not above using some cold air.. my ambient in the garage is around 65-68, which is pretty reasonable.. I'll probably need to dial it down a little when the tilt swings the other direction.  My issue AFAIK is really that the cooling loop doesn't have enough mass for the size of the radiator.  Or more air needs to be pushed through it.. I have decent fans, but nothing esoteric.  I don't need absolute top to feel decent about this rig :D

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2 hours ago, DingoFnBaby said:

Fair enough :D  I'm not above using some cold air.. my ambient in the garage is around 65-68, which is pretty reasonable.. I'll probably need to dial it down a little when the tilt swings the other direction.  My issue AFAIK is really that the cooling loop doesn't have enough mass for the size of the radiator.  Or more air needs to be pushed through it.. I have decent fans, but nothing esoteric.  I don't need absolute top to feel decent about this rig :D

In all fairness -- the Crosshair VII has a Performance Boost feature in BIOS that optimizes the CPU cache which gets it about 25 extra points in Cinebench.


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4 hours ago, nick name said:

In all fairness -- the Crosshair VII has a Performance Boost feature in BIOS that optimizes the CPU cache which gets it about 25 extra points in Cinebench.

Damn. The MSI has such a thing as well, but I don't know what'd it do over the overclock features I have adjusted already.

 

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Was nice to get some time over the holidays to have another crack with the X3440. Might get a chance to have another go before the 2019 grind starts but we'll see.

 

Hope everyone has a great 2019! 🍻

 

 

 

 

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1927 best yet cant get timings any tighter on this ram it just wont boot but bet my previous by 7 so ...

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places me with my local peers ish :)

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yeah one day it ill get added to the sheet. fingers crossed its before 2020 XD


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16 minutes ago, Jumper118 said:

yeah one day it ill get added to the sheet. fingers crossed its before 2020 XD

if u need a hand im free sunday till friday i dont mind :)  if not will se where i end up by then i just bet my score again :D

 

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one of those nights where it just keeps gettin better :Dcinehighbench001.thumb.PNG.9d457db0187698095633ca894984b2c7.PNG


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2600x 4.3ghz-Loop

Msi X470 gaming plus

EVGA SuperSC CL16 3200 16gb

gtx 1060

pny nvme 480gb

mushkin eco3 480gb

Sound Blaster Audigy FX

Cooler Master GXII Pro 750w.

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2600x 4.3ghz-Loop

Msi X470 gaming plus

EVGA SuperSC CL16 3200 16gb

gtx 1060

pny nvme 480gb

mushkin eco3 480gb

Sound Blaster Audigy FX

Cooler Master GXII Pro 750w.

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2600x 4.3ghz-Loop

Msi X470 gaming plus

EVGA SuperSC CL16 3200 16gb

gtx 1060

pny nvme 480gb

mushkin eco3 480gb

Sound Blaster Audigy FX

Cooler Master GXII Pro 750w.

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@JRzoid    CPU-Z needs to be in the screen shot.


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Man I forgot the shit with compressed or what format..I know can't see it right and shit anymore...


2600x 4.3ghz-Loop

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EVGA SuperSC CL16 3200 16gb

gtx 1060

pny nvme 480gb

mushkin eco3 480gb

Sound Blaster Audigy FX

Cooler Master GXII Pro 750w.

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god bro lol...a good one anyways.

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2600x 4.3ghz-Loop

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EVGA SuperSC CL16 3200 16gb

gtx 1060

pny nvme 480gb

mushkin eco3 480gb

Sound Blaster Audigy FX

Cooler Master GXII Pro 750w.

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Just now, JRzoid said:

god bro lol...a good one anyways.

That doesn't cut it. Open CPU-Z after having ran Cinebench.


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