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

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Just now, Kizune said:

Well - on the R15 sheet he noted that he entered data up to the 689th page of this topic and i do not see even a link to the R20 results so i would not expect these results appear on the sheet any time soon. I mean - Jumper definitely has stuff to do other than keeping up with our submissions. Over 700 pages - that is a lo-o-ong thread to catch up for anyone :)

Tru. There's also the Valley + Superposition thread that is his as well.

 

This is probably the largest "Computer Hardware" thread based on views, maybe even replies. 20 pages out isn't too bad of a deficit.


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Does anybody have access to a 112-core quad Xeon Platinum 8180 or dual Xeon Platinum 9282 server setup?

 

Cuz IMHO this Cinebench R15 record (11,584) can definitely be beaten:

 

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edit: CINEBENCH XTREME would be another great benchmark to unleash 112+ cores on (Cinebench R15 mod -- the one Linus used in their Water Cooled OC Server video).

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17 hours ago, Wickedt said:

Shiny new Ryzen 2700X, ya i upgraded my 1800x, and i couldnt wait for Ryzen 3000 series, but when it drops in July? ill be all over it.

 

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Similar demonstration of that top score you got up there:

 

Oh wow. If a 48-56 core dual 8168/8180 setup can score 16,000-17,000 on Cinebench R20 I'll bet a 112-core quad 8180 or dual 9282 can easily beat that by another 8,000 if not double it to 32,000. 😛

 

Definitely worth a "HOLY SH!T" episode!

 

 

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5.2MHz all cores at 1.38v

 

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Posted · Original PosterOP

wow 5mhz. such speed


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5.2MHz all cores at 1.38v.

 

 

 

 

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Posted · Original PosterOP

Wow 5.1mhz now. Soon it will be as fast as pentium 1


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12 minutes ago, Jumper118 said:

Wow 5.1mhz now. Soon it will be as fast as pentium 1

If only 286 weren't faster than that :P


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Has anyone else seen a bug where their R20 score doesn't change?  What I am saying is that after several runs of Cinbench R20 the scorers where all the same.  And if that doesn't sound odd -- the CPU speed varied from 4.2GHz to 4GHz to 3.6GHz and all with the exact same score. 

 

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It appears to be a combination of  "Keep Best Score" and running from higher speeds to lower speeds.  Every time I ran R20 again at progressively slower speeds it kept the previous high score from the higher speed.  


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My old my old case view 27 was a hot 🔥  box , stable memory speed can't go over 3000 or crash .I have not oc the cpu as  i'm trying to rely on xfr2 to do a job with the 240 clc

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18 minutes ago, wahu_sahm said:

My old my old case view 27 was a hot 🔥  box , stable memory speed can't go over 3000 or crash .I have not oc the cpu as  i'm trying to rely on xfr2 to do a job with the 240 clc

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Wait for it . . .


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4 hours ago, wahu_sham said:

My old my old case view 27 was a hot 🔥  box , stable memory speed can't go over 3000 or crash .I have not oc the cpu as  i'm trying to rely on xfr2 to do a job with the 240 clc

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>edits for resize

>doesn't edit to submit correctly

 

Is there some sort of discord/Leddit thread with a different noob every week to intentionally not read the submission criteria for this thread?

 

Are we being trolled? Is this real? Am I real?

 


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4.7ghz, 1 avx offset, -50mv vid offset, 1.1V vccsa, 1.0V vccio, 100.45mhz blck, just got this board today (was using a h370) gonna push harder tonight.

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edit > Just did CB15 at 4.8ghz, 2 avx offset, -90mv vid offset, same vccsa and io, 100mhz bclk, 4600mhz uncore now. Runs at 1.224V under avx load at 4.6ghz. 76C under aida 64 with a 28C amibent. (ambient goes up to 35-40C thats why im leaving temp headroom) and got a nice score of 1596 at 4.6ghz.

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1 hour ago, Seizan said:

Is there a own score board for R20?

There's an explanation at the top of this page.

 

This is a massive thread and there's still plenty of results to log before the R20 results.

 

Just have some patience.


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51 minutes ago, DildorTheDecent said:

There's an explanation at the top of this page.

 

This is a massive thread and there's still plenty of results to log before the R20 results.

 

Just have some patience.

Lol sorry must been too tired to read stuff, have worked on fail searcing on a MB issue since last night. Then i downloaded the R20, but couldnt see any scoreboard... But i see now i had used my eyes just a little bit, i wouldnt have asked :P

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Preparing for the upgrade - if only Asus support would be as good as ASRock one - i have to validate my new CPUs on single socket board... Anyways - Xeon Platinum 8268, Cinebench R20 - 10471, Cinebench R15 - 4492. When Asus will make new BIOS for C621 SAGE i will be able to post dual CPU score with this beauty. And will be able to O/C the s... out of them. ASRock - you ROCK, Asus - you s^H don't.cb20_8268_10471.thumb.PNG.3b5142cfefe428625388f25650e1cfe7.PNGcb15_8268_4492.thumb.PNG.3ea7812641b2cdabeda0375f70f92d84.PNG


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i9 9900k 5.1MHz @ 1.345v

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Ok, Asus listened to my plea and released BIOS today. For some reason some settings are not made it from previous version and seems like this version is quite slow - while on ASRock motherboard replacing 81xx CPU with 82xx counterpart gave me about 15-20% of performance boost, the Asus m/b only gives me about 5-7% increase in CBr20 and CBr15 got even slower than it was on 6186. Interesting...cb20_8268_18174.thumb.PNG.83f60f1ba6447e1c629d643b655aa5ba.PNG


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