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Kizune

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    Kizune got a reaction from Jumper118 in Post your Cinebench R20+15+R11.5+2003 Scores **Read The OP PLZ**   
    My latest attempt on optimizing the environment - slightly higher score, 17321. Plus not so great single core of 363 (yeah, i know, new Xeons just don't cut it in single core game).

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    Kizune got a reaction from Jumper118 in Post your Cinebench R20+15+R11.5+2003 Scores **Read The OP PLZ**   
    Here's my score - not a real O/C, it's just the way my machine runs 24/7 so it has to be stable.
    Dual Platinum 8168 with all cores turbo boost and bclk at 102.9. 192GB of DDR4@2666. At least i've beaten their stupid baseline.

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    Kizune got a reaction from Jumper118 in Post your Cinebench R20+15+R11.5+2003 Scores **Read The OP PLZ**   
    Going embedded (COM Express land here). First entry - Core i7 4700EQ

    And here is the module installed and on the table (USB Stick added for size comparison)

     
    Second - Weird Xeon-D board (Xeon D-1537)
    Again, board on the test stand and on the table:

    I think it is some kind of server control module or something - but i'm not sure, will be glad to hear the original purpose of this board. As of myself - i'm looking for some compact carrier board for the Type6 COM Express to create a small (Intel Nuc size) all in one server that i can carry around in my pocket.
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    Kizune got a reaction from Results45 in This motherboard is STUPID.. and I love it!!   
    It's Micro-ATX, not Mini-ITX. Also cool, but not that impressive. 
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    Kizune got a reaction from Results45 in This motherboard is STUPID.. and I love it!!   
    2 more SO-DIMMS. Actually there is another board from ASRock with 6 memory slots and no M.2 slots - epc621d6i. Unfortunately there is no space due to the clearance with the motherboard tray to put both 2 dimms and m.2 slots on the back of it (or 4 dimms for that matter). Here you can see how bottom SO-DIMMS are wired:

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    Kizune got a reaction from seee the state im in nooow in This motherboard is STUPID.. and I love it!!   
    2 more SO-DIMMS. Actually there is another board from ASRock with 6 memory slots and no M.2 slots - epc621d6i. Unfortunately there is no space due to the clearance with the motherboard tray to put both 2 dimms and m.2 slots on the back of it (or 4 dimms for that matter). Here you can see how bottom SO-DIMMS are wired:

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    Kizune got a reaction from DrMacintosh in Why do you use MacOS?   
    1. Time machine as a backup/migration tool is superior and is available out of the box.
    2. Unix nature for me - long time Unix/Linux user - is much more flexible, allows remote login with SSH, most of the software and scripts can be tested "as is" without the need of adopting it to the Windows file format and such. It is like a super-stable Linux with much better UI.
    3. Well thought UI that takes a minimal amount of extra screen estate freeing up the canvas for the more important stuff. Full screen applications management and a virtual desktop management is just better than anything else. Windows with the latest Win10 updates is catching up but still not fully there.
    4. Ecosystem. iPhone, iPad, Apple Watch and MacBook Pro - it all just feels like a one piece of digital space. Your laptop unlocks when you open it with Apple Watch, your watch unlocks when you unlock your phone, you can pay with your watch and add tips on the phone later, you can order tickets on laptop, get electronic tickets on the phone and use watch as a boarding pass in the gates. I can go on and on - it is super convenient.
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    Kizune reacted to Klenex in Post your Cinebench R20+15+R11.5+2003 Scores **Read The OP PLZ**   
    I actually didn't take any pictures, I just recorded a short clip, from which I took this screenshot.
     
    Something really basic and simple, also pretty much the most random collection of fans ?
     
     

     
     
     
     
    I have better pictures from other sessions, but the setup is pretty much always the same
     
     

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    Kizune reacted to DildorTheDecent in Post your Cinebench R20+15+R11.5+2003 Scores **Read The OP PLZ**   
    R20, 5820K, 4400MHz Core, 4400MHz Cache.
    3113cb.

     
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    Kizune reacted to Pro-AMD in is my cpu broken i cant test it   
    we all good guys got it test its good 
     
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    Kizune got a reaction from gbergeron in is my cpu broken i cant test it   
    Well, his nickname is Pro-AMD, destroying Intel processors is his job, so i'll give 'A' for effort.
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    Kizune got a reaction from knobster368 in Post your Cinebench R20+15+R11.5+2003 Scores **Read The OP PLZ**   
    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...
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    Kizune reacted to knobster368 in Post your Cinebench R20+15+R11.5+2003 Scores **Read The OP PLZ**   
    i9 9900k 5.1MHz @ 1.345v

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    Kizune got a reaction from knobster368 in Post your Cinebench R20+15+R11.5+2003 Scores **Read The OP PLZ**   
    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.
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    Kizune got a reaction from Jumper118 in Post your Cinebench R20+15+R11.5+2003 Scores **Read The OP PLZ**   
    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
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    Kizune reacted to sowon in Post your Cinebench R20+15+R11.5+2003 Scores **Read The OP PLZ**   
    i5-8600K
    4.9GHz
    1.2V
     

     
    // @DildorTheDecent
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    Kizune got a reaction from lttUser1234 in Post your Cinebench R20+15+R11.5+2003 Scores **Read The OP PLZ**   
    And my home productivity PC - Red Mist. Not bad, but single core performance... Ouch.

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    Kizune got a reaction from lttUser1234 in Post your Cinebench R20+15+R11.5+2003 Scores **Read The OP PLZ**   
    My latest attempt on optimizing the environment - slightly higher score, 17321. Plus not so great single core of 363 (yeah, i know, new Xeons just don't cut it in single core game).

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    Kizune got a reaction from Jumper118 in Post your Cinebench R20+15+R11.5+2003 Scores **Read The OP PLZ**   
    Oh, if we are not trying to compete with the same processor, then... Well, you can start by beating my least powerful machine. Here you go friend:
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    Kizune reacted to nick name in Post your Cinebench R20+15+R11.5+2003 Scores **Read The OP PLZ**   
    Ryzen 2700X @ 3.57GHz 4.357GHz
    Score: 4547
     
    I ran this several times and achieved the exact same score every time.  This version is much more consistent in its scoring than before.  

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    Kizune reacted to leadeater in Post your Cinebench R20+15+R11.5+2003 Scores **Read The OP PLZ**   
    Nice, got a quad 8890v4 server at work doing nothing, need to think of a way to slip Windows on to it without killing the current OS. Might have to pop some more disks in to it. Without getting told off for wasting work time.... lol.
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    Kizune got a reaction from leadeater in Post your Cinebench R20+15+R11.5+2003 Scores **Read The OP PLZ**   
    Here's my score - not a real O/C, it's just the way my machine runs 24/7 so it has to be stable.
    Dual Platinum 8168 with all cores turbo boost and bclk at 102.9. 192GB of DDR4@2666. At least i've beaten their stupid baseline.

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    Kizune got a reaction from Mister Woof in Post your Cinebench R20+15+R11.5+2003 Scores **Read The OP PLZ**   
    Here's my score - not a real O/C, it's just the way my machine runs 24/7 so it has to be stable.
    Dual Platinum 8168 with all cores turbo boost and bclk at 102.9. 192GB of DDR4@2666. At least i've beaten their stupid baseline.

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    Kizune got a reaction from Jumper118 in Post your Cinebench R20+15+R11.5+2003 Scores **Read The OP PLZ**   
    Spent a good chunk of the Sunday at the office playing with the power delivery options and overclocking CPU and memory. Result - Finally! Over 8000! (Not 9000 yet, but i'm going there). Not the 24/7 o/c, but gets me to the 10th place in hwbot overall rating - which is fine with me
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    Kizune got a reaction from Jumper118 in Post your Cinebench R20+15+R11.5+2003 Scores **Read The OP PLZ**   
    I always wondering - why my perfect scores in cinebench do not translate into the high scores in 3DMark, so i took a scientific approach and started adjusting settings on my dual platinum system - and here it goes:

     
    Damn it feels good when your theory turns to be true. So, Xeons can't play games, HUH? I wish i have a good 32-core Threadripper to see if i can do something with it too. Unfortunately my 2080 Ti's are crap - that lottery i lost, so on general score i'm like 10th. But still...
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