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

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Ryzen 7 1700 @ 3.8Ghz

Corsair Vengeance RGB 2x8GB 3200Mhz

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10 hours ago, FxBeasToc said:

running a FX8350 Black Edition on a asrock 970m motherboard with a cooler master hyper 212 evo :P

 

Missing CPU-Z, sigh...


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4 hours ago, Tech Wizard said:

Missing CPU-Z, sigh...

Must be some sort of prank at this point.


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My Cinebench run:

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5 hours ago, nick name said:

My Cinebench run:

I'll raise you with my run:

 

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   Valhalla   ( 2nd  PC  )    E5-1650 v2 @ 4,3GHz / 1.200V  -    X79  RIVE      -    RX 570   @ 1450MHz @ 1.200V   -   16GB DDR3 @ 2666MHz / CL12 @ 1.700V

 

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Finally, it finished! :o  

 

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Screenshots with CPU-Z in spoiler.

 

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In reverse chronological order...

 

 

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Yes, I did it in a VM, with my host's CPU underclocked to 800 MHz (multiplier was 8), and the VM set to 10% CPU cap.  :P  And of course there were some other things running simultaneously on the host. xD

 

I tried 1% but noticed the score was too high, so tried 10% and it had the same score, so it looks like I couldn't go below that.  I really wanted a multi-core score of like 2 or 3 on all 8 threads.

 

Now ... who has a multi-core score in CB R20 that's LOWER than that single-core score? ...

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running at stock settings (no underclocking, undercore/thread-ing), and NOT in a VM? :P  Oh, and also,

on your MAIN daily driver / production system. :D

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On 3/16/2019 at 6:00 AM, PianoPlayer88Key said:

Finally, it finished! :o 

An 8 core 6700k would be invalid I think, please try again!

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1 hour ago, X_X said:

An 8 core 6700k would be invalid I think, please try again!

You must not have opened the spoiler. :P  It was in a virtual machine, with the VM CPU execution cap set at 10%, and the host CPU underclocked to 800 MHz.  (It seems Windows 10 in VirtualBox doesn't differentiate between normal cores and SMT, instead treating them all as cores.)

 

Here's an un-spoilered screenshot during the run, from the host's perspective.  This also has CPU-Z in the VM.

 

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Actual uptime in the VM's task manager should have been more like 1 day 3 hours 12 minutes.  With the VM being so aggressively throttled, it was VERY unresponsive, and the uptime in task manager reflected when I started the single-core test.  (The multi-core test was started within a few minutes after booting the VM, and had finished while I was away sometime before 9 hours and change.  I also had to temporarily set it to normal speed from the host to be able to effectively interact with it.)

 

Now I'm almost wanting to do the same thing with my desktop's 4790K (the 6700K is in my laptop), but this time have Prime95 or something running on the host while the CB20 is running in the VM. :P (I did have stuff running on the 6700K host OS, but it was my normal usage, not quite pinning the CPU at 100% like P95 would, although it frequently came close and sometimes did hit 100% for a while.)

But idk when I'll power the 4790K on next - the area is quite cluttered, I haven't run it since at least last summer (2018), and some of its necessary parts (PSU, fans, etc) are uninstalled for now.

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How about one like this @X_X? :P 

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I tried installing a VM on that a while ago ... it refused to even attempt to install.

I didn't attempt to downclock it though, but I doubt I could get very far.  (I wonder what might happen if I'm running Prime95 and Cinebench at the same time... but not gonna do it right now, would have to swap my SSD back in and have other things going on.)

 

 

I'd like to see someone's run with a multi-threaded score of 1, or even lower (if you look at the text file for the run I think it goes to several decimal places), on native OS (no VM), at all stock settings  (no underclock, and no running Prime95 in the foreground and Cinebench in the background, and preferably not a 1-core / 1-thread CPU). :P 

 

Speaking of that text file, I booted that VM again, and the scores to 6 decimal places were .... well, actually the file didn't get saved for that run.  (I wonder if it's because the host BSOD'd from an unrelated issue before I closed Cinebench in the VM...)  I did find another run though, where the multi-core score was 6.247683, but no single-core score.

 

Speaking of BSOD ... I wonder if there's a way to make a VM Windows install BSOD, without using the registry key that allows you to manually initiate a bugcheck, and having the host continue operating normally...

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Here's my scores for a couple core 2 Quad CPU's I have. The first is a Q6600 with a score of 509. The second is a Q9550, @ stock clock of 2.84GHz it got a score of 680. @ 3.4GHz I got a score of 815!

The weird thing I have noticed though is that Core #0 runs the hottest and core #1 runs the coolest. Any ideas what could be causing this? I am running a Hyper 212 Evo cooler and I know I have good coverage with the thermal paste....

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i7 6700K @4.7Ghz updated with both multi-core and single-core screen shots. 

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Spent around 10 minutes overclocking my new CPU...

 

Xeon X5675 @4.25GHz (x25 Multiplier, 170 BCLK) 1.32V:

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41 minutes ago, Geography said:

Spent around 10 minutes overclocking my new CPU...

 

Xeon X5675 @4.25GHz (x25 Multiplier, 170 BCLK) 1.32V:

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I like your wallpaper.  


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9 hours ago, nick name said:

I like your wallpaper.  

You can download it from my LTT profile (it's my background) if you want it.


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On 3/18/2019 at 7:41 PM, X_X said:

Looks good to me but it's @Jumper118 you need to convince. Better hope someone hasn't stolen the jam from his donut. :)

 

Not sure there's a system slow enough and meets the minimum requirements of CBR20 to score an MT of 1 cb if run at defaults.

 

 

I was thinking too, toward the other end of the spectrum ...

 

I wish Cinebench versions (or equivalent software) would run on a wider range of hardware as far as performance goes.  For example, either running a really old version of CB (from like early 2000s or even 1990s or 1980s if it was around then), or, running R15 or R20 on hardware in like the 2030s ...

 

If a typical then-new $300 CPU on release of a CB version took a few minutes to render the scene, then...

The much faster CPU quite a few years later, with the same CB version, would render a VIDEO (from which the CB scene was a screenshot) at least at like 2x (if not 4x+) EACH your new display's refresh rate and resolution.

For example, if you had a 4K (3840x2160) 144 Hz monitor, it would render a by-then older version Cinebench scene movie at 8K (7680x4320) at 288 Hz or 15K? (15360x8640) at 576 Hz.  That's BEFORE using any GPU assist.  With GPU assist, it would be as much faster as how much faster the GPU is than the CPU in TFLOPS, for example.

 

I also remember my brother rendering fractals on a 286-10 in the early 90s.  Sometimes he'd start one, we'd go away for a weekend, and it MAY (or not) be done (with ONE image) when we got home.  (I think I remember him doing the Mandelbrot Set a lot.)  I STILL don't know if current CPUs can render a fractal VIDEO at faster-than-refresh-rate / real-time yet, especially single-threaded. 

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8 hours ago, PianoPlayer88Key said:

I was thinking too, toward the other end of the spectrum ...

Problem is that it's not just clock speed that has improved although we seem to have been stuck at around 5GHz for quite a few years now, but also IPC, new instructions, multithreading, bigger registers, faster memory. Some of the older instructions no longer run natively in longmode (64-bit mode).

 

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You should be getting over 1700. Try increasing priority to high and the CPU-Z windows can be brought to the front by clicking on their perspective icons on the taskbar.

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12 hours ago, X_X said:

Problem is that it's not just clock speed that has improved although we seem to have been stuck at around 5GHz for quite a few years now, but also IPC, new instructions, multithreading, bigger registers, faster memory. Some of the older instructions no longer run natively in longmode (64-bit mode).

 

@iamjoshchampagne

You should be getting over 1700. Try increasing priority to high and the CPU-Z windows can be brought to the front by clicking on their perspective icons on the taskbar.

In my testing, R20 doesn't vary with changes in priority.  


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Good ole R15 on my laptop :)

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14 hours ago, Darkman said:

Good ole R15 on my laptop :)

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This is a duplicate post.  Huawei already posted your Cinebench score.  


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