Discussion in 'General Hardware' started by newtekie1, May 19, 2009.
I'd say something is possibly wrong with yours mate. I get 52 Gflops on my x4 B55 @4.0Ghz??
He's using DDR2 RAM which is bottlenecking the processor. My old Crosshair III/955BE C3 @ 4GHz/8GB DDR3 @ 1600 CL8 gets ~53 GFLOPS.
My i7-2600K @ 4.4GHz/1866 CL10 in IntelBurnTest 2.52 gets ~115 GFLOPS, stock gets 85.
stefanels | AMD | AMD Phenom II X4 B55 @ 3.2GHz | 38.3707
Makes sense, with the 955BE since I am on 32 Bit W7 an using DDR2 800. The 2600k also is good since my friends 2600k @ 4.0GHz gets 92GF
Yes a few things wrong, 1 is 32bit windows 7. Using a 64bit version seems to net a 30-50% gain depending on the processor. Other problem is 3+1 power phasing. Finally DDR2 800MHz is my last problem
AMDGUY | AMD | Phenom II @ 3GHz | 38.6521 | 12.8840 | 64-bit| Cool & Quiet disabled via overdrive
I'll try again, but a 4-core Dozer IS slower than a 4-core Phenom II- did some tests before making the change with Sandra 11 and the results were 39,78 Whetstone GFLOPS for the Phenom II 3,3GHz and 33,08GFLOPS for Dozer FX-4100 @ 3,6, so don't expect much.
Do or do not, there is no try.
All you have to do is go into the Vision engine control center, go to 'cpu power' and pull the minimum frequency slider up to max. That sets you at max ghz, and overrides CnQ, then run IBT...
Where art thou update?
My 2600K at 3.4 Ghz stock gets 95 GFlops with 8GB DDR3-1600Mhz 9-9-9-24 RAM
Better on the second run
*INFO DELETED UNTIL FURTHER TESTING*
CPU-Z and HWinfo64 lock up with W8 DP and I didn't feel like re-installing W7 just to run a benchmark so I had to rely on the "System" information panel. I hope this doesn't invalidate the results.
Running at stock although Windows detects frequency as 3.2Ghz (Turbo maybe?) I'm using an H61 board so no OCing is possible anyways.
If you're wondering about the 5.9 WEI, that's my HDD
Lol. Me too.
WTF? 91Gflops? I only got 61 with a 2320 (3Ghz). Your's is running at 3.1 and got 91? Ok, something is wrong. I might have to reinstall W7 after all.
You need SP1 and an updated IBT to get AVX.
Nothing wrong there. Yours is a dual, his is a quad.
Nvmd, thought I saw i3 ....
Now that I'm thinking about it, with an i3 2100 I got 40Gflops, with this i5 2320 I'm getting 60Gflops, as if it was a tri-core SB. Might it be that one of the cores is damaged? Shouldn't IBT fail if that's the case?
I'm re-installing W7 tomorrow to re-test
Dunno, i run the test, i get a result. Your chip should be closer to mine though.
Yeah, that's what I think too. I mean, maybe your board and memory have something to do with it but I should be getting at least 80 since I got 40 on the same system with an i3-2100 (HT off). I'll also update the bios and try to tighten the RAM timings.
I see that you also have an HD6850. Sorry about bothering you but, if you have the info, could you tell me your 3dmark CPU and aggregated scores?
Just put 3DMARK 11 in, so i will run it and post my score for you.
Just got some weird error on 3DMARK so
at the request of sneeky, posting this up, all CPU settings on auto, RAM is on XMP (8GB 1866 9-10-9-28 1T)
Yeah I cant seem to figure it out, all my testing gives me 59-61 Gflops at 4.5ghz
Anyone have any ideas why the huge discrepancy here on these chips?
We need someone else with a 2400 to post a result. I don't know if mine is scoring higher than a 2400 normally would. Even getting the same score as a 2500k seems odd to me (nice odd mind)
Maybe there's some kind of throttling going on? I mean, RAM, bios settings and the motherboard should play a factor but such a big one?
Can't wait to get home and re-install W7.
.... and turns out that today CPU-Z has been updated with W8 support, of course.
better results with W7. Tighter timings don't seem to do much.
At least results are more inline with what I expected.
bios updated. Results improved a little bit
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