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Cinebench "Extreme Edition" MOD by HwGeek

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WHAT? After a reboot and slight 50MHz OC my results rocketed!

Ryzen 5 2600 @ 4150MHz, 16GB DDR4 @ 2400MHz 15-15-15-35-2T, custom loop h2o

 
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I guess I need to get ya tomorrow! 8)
And I need to get my i7-9900K up and running! LOL!
I've been sitting on the parts for this build for far too long.

The Ryzen results posted on this thread are pretty sweet.
This makes me want to see what Ryzen-3 can do. I'll probably get one of them.
 
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Nice OC. Holy crap with the bclk though!
THX....Yeah with the bclk....on air ofcourse this is for my 24/7 use it´s totally stable and cold.....I menaged to go higher clock speed all the way up to 4,3Ghz but then either temps or stability becomes issues so I was more than happy at the end to stay on this speed with this CPU....I guess thats way I didnt have need to go with X5650,X5670....etc...
 
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THX....Yeah with the bclk....on air ofcourse this is for my 24/7 use it´s totally stable and cold.....I menaged to go higher clock speed all the way up to 4,3Ghz but then either temps or stability becomes issues so I was more than happy at the end to stay on this speed with this CPU....I guess thats way I didnt have need to go with X5650,X5670....etc...
You seem to have scored the silicon lottery with that CPU. :clap: :rockout:
 
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Something must have been holding your system back in the previous run. What did you change?
Nothing else than the multiplier to 41 -> 41.5. :D

Maybe there was just some shit in Windows, dunno... I felt weird that I got such a low score on my first run, mut now things seem to work. :D
 
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it's delided, the voltage is fixed so the test ran at it, it's not a drop after the test was over, uncore 3900 mhz with 1.000v
 
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That 2700X is potent.
It sure is hey, Once you get all the threads and cores running at 100% it just rips through things.
 

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Here's my Quad Opteron 61xx ES system (48 K10 cores) at 3.3 GHz and 1.3v. memory is DDR3-1333. Motherboard is a SuperMicro H8QGi-F. "CB/C" = 5.764. Coolers used were Noctua NH-U9DO-A3

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Here's my Quad Opteron 61xx ES system (48 K10 cores) at 3.3 GHz and 1.3v. memory is DDR3-1333. Motherboard is a SuperMicro H8QGi-F. "CB/C" = 5.764. Coolers used were Noctua NH-U9DO-A3

913cb
Power hungry classic beast, not a valid option by today's standards, in terms of electricity bill, lack of avx extensions, etc. But interesting nonetheless
 

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i've always had a soft spot for the Phenom II processors :) Normally run all 48 of the cores at around 3 GHz at 1.2v. However, from experimenting it seems that just about all the cores are capable of 3.8 GHz. Some do 3.9 GHz. i have not tried any voltages higher than 1.4v. Unfortunately the coolers are not up to the task of cooling all cores past about 3.3 GHz. It is possible to run 2 cores on each die at 3.6 GHz (gives a Phenom II X16 essentially) or a single core on each of the dies at 3.8/3.9 GHz (gives a Phenom II X8).

i haven't experimented with overclocking all the northbridges/L3s yet... which i hear really helps. i'll be flashing a bios which will allow the memory controllers to run the ram at DDR3-1600.

Will rerun after i do that.

i built this back in 2014... so its done good service.

Power hungry classic beast, not a valid option by today's standards, in terms of electricity bill, lack of avx extensions, etc. But interesting nonetheless
 
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