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My 3600x @ 4.35ghz
 

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Haven't done much with single core as I have been focused on production based applications so I have been focused on getting the most of out multi-core and SMT. I just started focusing on single core execution, primarily for some Adobe applications and gaming. Was wondering what single core scores people have been getting on Ryzen 3000 series.

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I'm getting nowhere near you, in single or multi-core...

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I will try to run mine but I get 7311 with my 3900X.
 

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Hi!
My i9 7900x with delid+liquid metal+custom copper IHS+ custom water loop
5Ghz HT-on:
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5,2Ghz HT-off:
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temperatures and consumption:
HT on 5Ghz:
Ht off 5,2Ghz:
 
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That's crazy high to me! Is yours high, or is mine low? I thought my score was normal until I saw yours. o_O

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RAM OC speaks for itself. PBO maxed to mobo limits, with 200mhz boost enabled. Dark Rock 4 (which fwiw is BARELY good enough for a 3900x.) This is on a Strix X370-F, running 1.0.0.3 ABBA , pre-1909.

I guess I should just count my blessings that I live in a world where I can get a CPU like this for $500, drop it in a 2-generations-older mobo, and have it work as well as it does.:rolleyes:
 
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that HT off 5.2 ghz 7900x is something.
 
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I'm getting nowhere near you, in single or multi-core...

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I have been very pleased with my 3800X. I had a hard time getting a Ryzen 3000 processor because I really wanted the 3900X, but couldn't connect with one. I had to make the move as I needed my computer up and running and had already promised my 2700X to someone else who needed it and just couldn't put it off any longer. Deciding between the 3700X and 3800X I took the risk that the better binning would make a difference, and with this processor it was worth the gamble.

The biggest difference in scores is I am running 4.475Ghz all core for my multi core score and single thread score I disabled SMT and was running 4.525Ghz all core. It was my first single core optimizations I was trying and am still tinkering with it to see if I can manage a little better single core as programs like Adobe and most games aren't going to make much use out of more than 8 threads and do better with higher frequency. At 4.5Ghz+ in single core execution these processors can rival the 9700K, 9900K and even the 9900KS (of course those processors when overclocked past 5Ghz will still hold the edge). I do almost all my overclocking in bios so I just load profile 1 for my everyday overclock (4.4Ghz @ 1.3V) profile 2 for SMT enabled 4.475Ghz all core (can push 4 cores and 8 threads to 4.5Ghz with ryzen master) @ 1.406V and profile 3 SMT disabled 4.525Ghz all core @ 1.406V. I use a voltage offset so I'm not at a sustained high voltage when not under load.

Another important thing is RAM. I am running 3733Mhz CL14 tight sub-timings. Depending on your RAM you may actually get better performance by lowering frequency to 3600Mhz and running with tighter timings / sub-timings. I know some RAM this isn't the case, I had a kit of Hynix A die that higher frequency and looser timings produced better results than lower frequency and tighter timings.
 

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  • Manual overclock of the Ryzen 9 3900X w/high voltage and overclocking GSkill TridentZ 3200 to 3600 MHz (OC'd using timings from Ryzen DRAM Calculator version 1.6.2)
  • Water-cooled custom loop (CPU + GPU) in a small form factor S401 - fans on max and radiator over AC vent :)
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My 3700x isn't all that far behind your 3800x:
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Yeah, this is duly noted and why I feel AMD made a bit of a mistake even launching the 3800X, as it's not much between it and the 3700X, except a higher price.
That said, it seems like the 3800X parts might offer higher manual OC and better quality IO dies so you can run the IF at 1900MHz. However, this is a big might.
 
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Yeah, this is duly noted and why I feel AMD made a bit of a mistake even launching the 3800X, as it's not much between it and the 3700X, except a higher price.
That said, it seems like the 3800X parts might offer higher manual OC and better quality IO dies so you can run the IF at 1900MHz. However, this is a big might.
Agreed.
I am definitely Not trying to be disrespectful to you.
I actually respect your opinion based on the posts I have read here.

I just saw your 3800x CB R20 score and was surprised at how close mine was to it.
And to be fair, I have seen A LOT of 3700x rigs post Much lower R20 scores than my rig gets.
I honestly think that I got very lucky in the silicon lottery and that Asus did a GREAT job performance wise with my current ROG Strix X470-F Gaming MB.

And I have Not tried to run my RAM at 3800/1900 FCLK yet.
I am currently running my 3600 G.Skill Ripjaws (Hynix D Die) at 3733/1867.
But we both know that sooner or later I will take the time to see if I can get 3800/1900 stable.
If / when I do I will absolutely post back and let you know how I fare with that. :D
 
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manual all core seems interesting tho just for bench score purposes
 
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Look like AMD is killing in this thread.
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Yeah, this is duly noted and why I feel AMD made a bit of a mistake even launching the 3800X, as it's not much between it and the 3700X, except a higher price.
That said, it seems like the 3800X parts might offer higher manual OC and better quality IO dies so you can run the IF at 1900MHz. However, this is a big might.
I've dealt with several 3700X and 3800X builds, and honestly if your not going to be manually overclocking there really isn't a huge difference between the two. If your going to just run stock with XFR doing the boosting for you and possibly use the auto overclock and / or PBO then there really isn't going to be much gained by going to the 3800X. However if you are going to manually overclock your processor then there are gains to be made. Most of the 3700X I have dealt with can't overclock much past 4.3Ghz all core @ 1.3 - 1.34V (ie reasonable voltage for a 24/7 overclock). Most 3800X can do 4.4Ghz at the same voltage due to better binning. The 3700X at max overclock 1.4V can usually come close to 4.4Ghz, however the 3800X can come close to 4.5ghz with the same voltage. I personally won't push past 1.4V, so have never tried either with more voltage than that.

Really they are both very good processors and you can't go wrong with either one. Basically you are paying a slight premium for the 3800X as it is a better binned 3700X.
 
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^ WOW !!!!!!
That's all I can say to a score like that. :D
 
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Is there a particular reason why the SMT is off? Can't imagine what 256Threads would do o_O
 
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Oh damn!

How long does it actually take for it to finish? Couple seconds?
 
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