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My man, could you correct my CPU clocks in the 1st post summary please?
CPU is full stock except for the 3rd (4th?) party cooling. During CB run the all core boost stays mostly around 3392.6MHz, while only 2C boost goes up to 3692.0MHz

Thanks. :oops:
 

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Temps are 65c as you can see under maximum temps
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I ran the bench again with the fiddling i did to RAM yesterday (3400-16-15-15-36) it made a very slight difference. I am not running this OC as i am crunching and dont wanna make a bad result even if i stability test for 48 hr, i am running 24.7 with crunching so yeah.

either way is my best R20 result so here it is.

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is 1.2% increase in performance. Btw all applications except CB are closed and i wait for CPU use to be 0-1% before starting. maybe it is runtime varience but it seems like a notable increase tho.

Clock speeds will be identical to my first test, 4041~ all core and 4290~ single as temps are the same(ish) in my room and fan settings, and Ryzen master profiles are the same. the only difference is the Ram tweaks.

@T4C Fantasy this will be my best score as i wont be OCing any time soon:love:
 
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wow that's a mental score for the 6700K overclocked. you are 5 Ghz~? Given 6000 and 7000 and 8000* and 9000 intel series all have same architecture it is easy to deduce the fact from other scores :p
I did not include CPU-Z in my screenshot.

Another run with CPU-Z.

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I did not include CPU-Z in my screenshot.

Another run with CPU-Z.

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Wait a sec. You are 126 Mhz lower speed than the 9900K which score the same single core? That's odd. 9900K is the same uArch has 6700K per core. Maybe the clock speeds scaling drops off over a certain point (would explain my 2700X having near identical IPC when you factor in clock speeds to the 9900K). But then looking at @Finners ' result at 5.1 ghz, idk lol

edit: 3734mhz c15 is really good lol. maybe that helps your score
 
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nice, what are the specs of the nuclear reactor pc powering that? for starters, psu...
this is clearly an engineering sample experiment with beta bios
 
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15 310 cb

Ehm.....is that 1.7 V i see on CPU core voltage????? Oh right you say 1.15V so its a misread. I was gonna say, I still have power in my house so your CPU can't be at 1.7 lmao;)
nice, what are the specs of the nuclear reactor pc powering that? for starters, psu...
this is clearly an engineering sample experiment with beta bios
this.:D
 
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Ehm.....is that 1.7 V i see on CPU core voltage????? Oh right you say 1.15V so its a misread. I was gonna say, I still have power in my house so your CPU can't be at 1.7 lmao;)

this.:D
Its likely reading the input voltage.

With the i9-9980XE during p95 small fft, I peaked at 700W (system at the wall)
 
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My man, could you correct my CPU clocks in the 1st post summary please?
CPU is full stock except for the 3rd (4th?) party cooling. During CB run the all core boost stays mostly around 3392.6MHz, while only 2C boost goes up to 3692.0MHz

Thanks. :oops:
im only doing peak clocks, all core doesnt matter. explain in your post and people will know. the leaderboard is peak clocks
 
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im only doing peak clocks, all core doesnt matter. explain in your post and people will know. the leaderboard is peak clocks
well that will be fun to sort out scores from stock and all core overclocking.

You should just put "stock" in there so people are aware.

The scores dont reflect peak clocks is part of the concern. This test runs all c/t so who cares what peak boost is for a single/two cores/threads. :)
 

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only doing peak clocks, all core doesnt matter
I thought you were taking the multicore/thread test results. Are you saying you aren’t?

Edit: N/M. I see a single core column.
 

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I thought you were taking the multicore/thread test results. Are you saying you aren’t?

Edit: N/M. I see a single core column.
exactly, we have single core section and single core and dual core boosts affect scores even if the majority is a different clock, theres no room to explain all this in the leaderboard so post it in your submission post... problem solved.
 
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Forgot to mention @T4C Fantasy, my 2700X was custom water cooled and running at stock with PBO enabled. All of the other CPUs were also at stock and under air cooling.
 
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exactly, we have single core section and single core and dual core boosts affect scores even if the majority is a different clock, theres no room to explain all this in the leaderboard so post it in your submission post... problem solved.
There is... if you say stock for those running stock instead of posting a clockspeed it doesnt run at for this test. ;)
 

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There is... if you say stock for those running stock instead of posting a clockspeed it doesnt run at for this test. ;)
99% won't know what stock is without looking it up there's no point, I use what cpuz says or cinebench says, not everyone has high performance mode on so clocks say 700 etc
 
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Which is a good reason not to use CB clocks or cpuz and use what the poster said (within reason of course). I'd rather have people research stock clocks (you act like that is rocket science, lol) than to be mislead. ;)

Listing boost clocks for the for multithreaded test which uses all c/t can be pretty misleading...especially as core count goes up (as peak boost and all core boost differences are greater. My chip, for example... 3.8 ghz all c/t. Its boost is 4.5 ghz... that is 700 mhz difference. I cant run all c/t at 4.5ghz.
 

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Which is a good reason not to use CB clocks or cpuz and use what the poster said (within reason of course).

But yeah, listing boost clocks for the for multithreaded test which uses all c/t can be pretty misleading...especially as core count goes up (as peak boost and all core boost differences are greater. My chip, for example... 3.8 ghz all c/t. Its boost is 4.5 ghz... that is 700 mhz difference. ;)
True but stock can be misleading too, it's best to go by what people post and I use peak, there is clickable scores for a reason
 
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