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Hmm...that's not so much better then my 2650 V2(8c-16t) working (OC-113*bclk) on 3,4Ghz all cores....

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I was thinking maybe to upgrade"soon"with 2680 V2 or possibly 2697 V2 IF I can find them cheap in here....did you tried bclk OC and if you did what was the max stable frequency?

No, never tried BCLK, don't even know if it's possible on this mobo...

EDIT: this is not possible on Asus Z9PA-D8C. There's no option to tune BCLK, or maybe with long power duration, but that's all. I set it at the default, which is 1.2 * long duration, that gives 138 watts (115 W nominal TDP * 1.2).
 
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No, never tried BCLK, don't even know if it's possible on this mobo...

EDIT: this is not possible on Asus Z9PA-D8C. There's no option to tune BCLK, or maybe with long power duration, but that's all. I set it at the default, which is 1.2 * long duration, that gives 138 watts (115 W nominal TDP * 1.2).
Ahh Ok...then I assume that gives you max 3.1Ghz on all cores
 
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Single core score by Ryzen 3 3300X at 4.5GHz with Kraken X53 AIO

and with just a little bclk overclocking, all core and single score,
 

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MSI GS66 Stealth 10SFS-037 i7-10750H with 32gb of 2666mhz ram dual channel. CPU and GPU repasted with Thermalright Liquid Metal Silver King 79W/mK. There is an AVX2 Ratio Offset of 3 in the bios.

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Best score yet on my 9750H.
Didn't beat the 10750H a few results back though, but not too far off either.

Beats all 54 results on notebookcheck.net for this CPU though, so can't really complain. Highest result from any of their listed rests was 3110. Oddly, I only beat all their results in multi-threaded, in single-threaded my score is fairly average for a 9750H.
 
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Best score yet on my 9750H.
Didn't beat the 10750H a few results back though, but not too far off either.

Beats all 54 results on notebookcheck.net for this CPU though, so can't really complain. Highest result from any of their listed rests was 3110. Oddly, I only beat all their results in multi-threaded, in single-threaded my score is fairly average for a 9750H.

Nice! It should be noted that mine has an AVX2 offset of 3 on it though. So it isn't fully maxed out. Cinebench R20 has a fair bit of AVX instructions that can take advantage of the higher clockspeed. My unit is essentially running AVX instructions at 4.0ghz instead of 4.3ghz because of the offset.

You should test your single-core benchmark after a cold boot. Thermal velocity boost(tvb) is only applied if your laptop is under a certain temperature threshold(65 or 70C depending on the gen), and it also only lasts a short duration too. In order to ensure it takes full advantage of thermal velocity boost you need to make sure your laptop stays cool enough to use it. That's most likely why you haven't beaten the scores on Notebookcheck.
 
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New laptop, I question all the reviews claiming AMD murdered Intel with 4th gen Ryzen.

Not at all an Intel fanboy, I bought this laptop for the 2070 Super, going Intel was mandatory to get a GPU of that caliber. But, this Intel CPU is not getting smoked by AMD's mobile cpus unlike what all the reviews seem to be suggesting.
 
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Hi everyone
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Just built the PC a few weeks ago.
Cinebench R20 score: 9514
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CPU: 3950X
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Only tweaks I did were enabling PBO in BIOS and DOCP for RAM

My Cinebench scores were constantly hovering between 9250 and 9380.

Yesterday I installed ASUS AI Suite 3, a utility that was downloaded with my motherboard software. For some reason CR20 jumped up to 9514.

HW Monitor showed boosts of 4690MHz on cores #0 & #1
 

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Seems like a really low score. My i7-9750H has scored higher, and really shouldn't be doing so IMO.
 
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Seems like a really low score. My i7-9750H has scored higher, and really shouldn't be doing so IMO.
Your chip is 6 cores 12 threads, his is 6 cores 6 threads. Your chip also has a higher clock speed. So how is his chip supposed to be faster again?
 
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I misread it, thought it was a 3600, not a 3500.
 
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