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It is a bit shocking at first holding one of those, isn't it?

TBH between us didn’t know wtf to do with the orange mount thing for several minutes
 
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Ran this on my HP Stream 11 before work, benchmark took so long I didn't have time to post it until after work.

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I'll try to re-run the bench again with the priority set to "real time". Probably will do 3 pulls on single thread & all thread before finalizing on the highest score I can get.
 
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Ignore this post, updated post with proper memory speed down below. I'm leaving this here just for reference with slower memory speed.

My R5 2600$4.0GHz w/ H100i v2 cooler:

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My R5 2600@4.0GHz w/ H100i v2 cooler:

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I did another run with some more memory tweaking, sorry T4C.:cry:

R5 2600@4.0GHz w/ H100i v2 w/ 2933MHz RAM:

2600@4GHzCB20_2.png


Surprisingly, it isn't really the improvement you'd expect from all the people saying you need fast RAM with Ryzen, especially they claim in multi-threaded loads where the IF really comes into play. Going from 2400MHz to 2933MHz only netted less than 1% improvement in MT performance. Most people talk like you're losing 10% or more. I'm really tempted to do another run at 2133, which I bet like 90% of people run at since it is the JDEC default, and see how much performance I lose.

EDIT:

R5 2600@4GHz w/ H100i v2 w/ 2133MHz RAM:

2600@4GHzCB20_3.png


Really not that much performance lost at all, surprisingly.
 
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I did another run with some more memory tweaking, sorry T4C.:cry:

R5 2600@4.0GHz w/ H100i v2 w/ 2933MHz RAM:

View attachment 118273

Surprisingly, it isn't really the improvement you'd expect from all the people saying you need fast RAM with Ryzen, especially they claim in multi-threaded loads where the IF really comes into play. Going from 2400MHz to 2933MHz only netted less than 1% improvement in MT performance. Most people talk like you're losing 10% or more. I'm really tempted to do another run at 2133, which I bet like 90% of people run at since it is the JDEC default, and see how much performance I lose.

EDIT:

R5 2600@4GHz w/ H100i v2 w/ 2133MHz RAM:

View attachment 118274

Really not that much performance lost at all, surprisingly.


try setting windows power plan to performance then go into your bios and under Advanced\AMD CBS\NBIO Common Options set "Determinism Slider" to performance. also find out what type of ram you have such as single sided modules with bdie or what have you. then download the ryzen dram calculator, plug in your specs and select r-xmp then choose what level of oc you want on the ram. dont bother with the specs the calculator gives you for "Misc items", "Termination Block", and CAD_Bus Block", just leave those alone in the bios and focus only on the ram timmings. get a picture of those settings and go back into the bios and plug them in. turn gear down mode off and power down mode off. this should get you a couple more points. also with that cooling i would set the core volts to 1.4v and turn xfr off then set the core to 4.1. your proc will take these volts just fine. most r5 1600x's will take the voltage upto 1.52v to get 4.1ghz.


good luck.

edit: check my score on post #1009. you should be able to meet or beat that. plus im using samsung oem, the sub timmings are garbage but it still does really well after doing the above.
 

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What do you do with all of those GPUs?
Ditch those speakers and get yourself a nice set of Sennheisers.
What stepping are those ES chips? Final QS?

BTW, your system, once normalized for core count to my system, means the dual Xeon Scalable 8180(M) provides for only a 3.3% increase in compute power (in this limited instance) over the circa-2015 dual Haswell-EP E5-2696 v3 when properly *ahem* unlocked.

Edit: miniITX. lol. ok
 
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I did another run with some more memory tweaking, sorry T4C.:cry:

R5 2600@4.0GHz w/ H100i v2 w/ 2933MHz RAM:

View attachment 118273

Surprisingly, it isn't really the improvement you'd expect from all the people saying you need fast RAM with Ryzen, especially they claim in multi-threaded loads where the IF really comes into play. Going from 2400MHz to 2933MHz only netted less than 1% improvement in MT performance. Most people talk like you're losing 10% or more. I'm really tempted to do another run at 2133, which I bet like 90% of people run at since it is the JDEC default, and see how much performance I lose.

EDIT:

R5 2600@4GHz w/ H100i v2 w/ 2133MHz RAM:

View attachment 118274

Really not that much performance lost at all, surprisingly.
the IF speed won't help much here in CB. The threads are not communicating with each other much, if at all. so the extra CCX->CCX bandwidth doesnt really help i think. Games do a lot of talking between threads afaik, so the bandwidth and reduced latency on the data bus makes a bigger difference.
 

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What do you do with all of those GPUs?
Ditch those speakers and get yourself a nice set of Sennheisers.
What stepping are those ES chips? Final QS?

BTW, your system, once normalized for core count to my system, means the dual Xeon Scalable 8180(M) provides for only a 3.3% increase in compute power (in this limited instance) over the circa-2015 dual Haswell-EP E5-2696 v3 when properly *ahem* unlocked.

It is my personal PC, but on occasion I bring work home: Isotopes, nuc med, medical images, deep learning algorithms (ANN CNN), spreadsheets, email, and gaming.

The chips are QS.

I've done prior builds on the 2696, 2699 v3, 2699 v4 etc. Further info and prior builds designs and records can be found here in this forum:
https://www.techpowerup.com/forums/...st-powerful-god-box-in-a-miniitx-case.252663/
 
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