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didn't I just say exactly that ..... and didn't you swear up and down that your fx chip was better because 8 core ....


somebody get this man a skylake setup plz
It physically hurts me to see somebody using a fxchip[/QUOTE
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here is something to cheer you up
hey its almost as fast as a 4770k a 5 year old chip
 

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7820x @ 4.75 24/7 score.

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here is something to cheer you up
hey its almost as fast as a 4770k a 5 year old chip
To be fair if you clocked any Skylake quad-core eight-thread part down to the same frequencies as 2400G, it wouldn't be that much faster than 4770K, either. Ryzen is a good core, IPC is pretty close to Intel's best (and for a fraction of the R&D cost mind you) it's just the frequencies that need to come up to match Intel.
 
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@trickson that ryzen system is pretty badly gimped... it relies heavily on ram performance... and with one stick of ddr4 you've just Gilloolied that chip.

I would think that is the reason you're not getting the numbers you see in the reviews - with dual channel, some TRFC tweaking, you should be putting up scores much faster than the old Penryn system.

Also gaming performance relies heavily on ram throughput. Gaming with one stick in on an amd system will choke it. You're going to get stutters like crazy.

I've never built with a platform this sensitive to ram and also one that requires as much tweaking (common ryzen complaint). You may want to go dual channel and make sure to tweak the ram up, you're going to see some much better numbers.
 
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hey its almost as fast as a 4770k a 5 year old chip

Euuuhgg. c'mon, that's a low blow. That's a 170$ chip, not a 360$ one. Also, this one has an iGPU much more capable than the laughable HD 4600, and a 65W TDP that you can actually cool.
 
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Not to mention that ryzen system is insanely gimped... it relies heavily on ram performance... and with one stick of ddr4 its crippled pretty badly for cinebench.

I would think that is the reason you're not getting the numbers you see in the reviews - with dual channel, some TRFC tweaking, you should be putting up scores much faster than the old Penryn system.

The fastest my 1800x cinebenched was in the mid 1800's , the 7820x tweaked is pulling 2100 - honestly not a huge difference (the single core is a different story, but still).

Also gaming performance relies heavily on ram throughput. Gaming with one stick in on an amd system will choke it. You're going to get stutters like crazy.
You wouldn't downclock to 4.1 GHz and run Cinebench again, for SCIENCE! Would you? Single and Multi-core. Would be interesting to compare 8/16 vs 8/16 at the same clocks.

I did a test with a friend with my 1600 and his 8700k both at 3.9 GHz and they pulled basically the same multi-core score with the 8700K slightly ahead in single (no more than 10%). Which seems to indicate Ryzen has a better implementation of SMT - I think.

My 1800X scores 1818 pts in multi and 164 pts in single at 4.1 with 3200 mhz c14 ram.

Cinebench isn't massively reliant on bandwidth so I don't think it would be necessary to remove two memory channels.
 
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You wouldn't downclock to 4.1 GHz and run Cinebench again, for SCIENCE! Would you? Single and Multi-core. Would be interesting to compare 8/16 vs 8/16 at the same clocks.

I did a test with a friend with my 1600 and his 8700k both at 3.9 GHz and they pulled basically the same multi-core score with the 8700K slightly ahead in single (no more than 10%). Which seems to indicate Ryzen has a better implementation of SMT - I think.

My 1800X scores 1818 pts in multi and 164 pts in single at 4.1 with 3200 mhz c14 ram.

Cinebench isn't massively reliant on bandwidth so I don't think it would be necessary to remove two memory channels.
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everything locked to 4.1

Honestly they're so similar... it's really the additional 600Mhz that makes the difference (pretty indicative of real world too) - but at a massive power consumption cost -- the one thing i did notice in games is that my 1800x would drop frames in some games, and I noticed that the 7820x behaves exactly the same way if i leave the ram in dual channel - it's fine in quad channel - kind of strange.
 
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Wow, thanks. 1.1% faster in multi-core but 12.2% faster in single. Seems Ryzen scales better with multiple threads, but only slightly. I wonder how much difference the 1MB L2 cache makes, hm.

I'm hoping 2800X brings much needed higher frequencies, and perhaps they will target it at 7820X :) in which case I will definitely get one.

Anyway thanks again for doing that.
 
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Wow, thanks. 1.1% faster in multi-core but 12.2% faster in single. Seems Ryzen scales better with multiple threads, but only slightly. I wonder how much difference the 1MB L2 cache makes, hm.

I'm hoping 2800X brings much needed higher frequencies, and perhaps they will target it at 7820X :) in which case I will definitely get one.

Anyway thanks again for doing that.

Yeah... FOR SCIENCE!

It's funny you say that about the 2800x -- when i bought the 7820x last year i was basically selling myself on it by going "You're paying more now for Zen+ performance that will be out in a year, then you can just hold out for Cascade Lake X and not have to upgrade to the 2800x when it comes out."
 
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Yeah... FOR SCIENCE!

It's funny you say that about the 2800x -- when i bought the 7820x last year i was basically selling myself on it by going "You're paying more now for Zen+ performance that will be out in a year, then you can just hold out for Cascade Lake X and not have to upgrade to the 2800x when it comes out."
Yeah, you're essentially right. I'm holding out for 2800X because I can't really afford the 7820X and platform costs :( - I'm using a £70 B350 motherboard lol
 

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@trickson that ryzen system is pretty badly gimped... it relies heavily on ram performance... and with one stick of ddr4 you've just Gilloolied that chip.

I would think that is the reason you're not getting the numbers you see in the reviews - with dual channel, some TRFC tweaking, you should be putting up scores much faster than the old Penryn system.

Also gaming performance relies heavily on ram throughput. Gaming with one stick in on an amd system will choke it. You're going to get stutters like crazy.

I've never built with a platform this sensitive to ram and also one that requires as much tweaking (common ryzen complaint). You may want to go dual channel and make sure to tweak the ram up, you're going to see some much better numbers.
Thank you yeah I plan to get one more stick maybe even just fill all the banks with 32GB see if that takes care of the issue? I don't know..
The system is fast and does game well and yes I do get stutters and that is a ram issue. I should have went with the Intel line I don't know what I was thinking, Now I can't even GIVE this crap away it's worthless! Never AGAIN NEVER AMD EVER!
 
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Ahh, frustrating that I can't quite get to 2000 points. nvm.

This is with my good 1800x @ 4.2ghz 1.5v with ram at 3600mhz 14-14-14-28 1T. I did the single cpu test too for those interested in comparing.

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Ahh, frustrating that I can't quite get to 2000 points. nvm.

This is with my good 1800x @ 4.2ghz 1.5v with ram at 3600mhz 14-14-14-28 1T. I did the single cpu test too for those interested in comparing.

Nice, wanna trade? :laugh:
 
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You'll have to pry it out of my cold dead hands! :laugh:

Still gets stomped by @phanbuey's 7820x tho :nutkick::respect: lol
 
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Ahh, frustrating that I can't quite get to 2000 points. nvm.

This is with my good 1800x @ 4.2ghz 1.5v with ram at 3600mhz 14-14-14-28 1T. I did the single cpu test too for those interested in comparing.

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try putting Cinebench into realtime priority, that might get you a few more points. Also the 11.5 application preset in the bios was the one that got me the highest multicore.

So close though...
 
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