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I forgot to take a screenshot, so you'll have to take my word for it. :(

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Single: 1552 points, multi: 14196 points (I rounded it up to 14200 in my specs just to look better). :D

5700G @ stock limits PBO -10

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Wow! That's exactly the same as my score with the Core i7-11700. :eek:
 

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I forgot to take a screenshot, so you'll have to take my word for it. :(

Fresh Windows 10 2004 install, system specs in my profile.

Single: 1552 points, multi: 14196 points (I rounded it up to 14200 in my specs just to look better). :D


Wow! That's exactly the same as my score with the Core i7-11700. :eek:
5700G must be a tiny bit (1%) lower than 11700 in single core (CineR23) but 2% faster in Multi-core (Geekbench 5)

Intel Core i7-11700 vs. AMD Ryzen 7 5700G - Benchmark, Test and Specs (cpu-monkey.com)
 
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Just mucking around here with a static overclock of 1.2v under load. 4.83/4.73Ghz



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That to me, is a darn good CPU!! :) Both of the ones I have where struggling to go past 4.60GHz with 1.25vcore... But then I am very much new to the overclocking of these CPUs, I need some time with them. I need to firstly get the 3600 RAM I have to work with the CPU and then I'm good to go! I think I have to manually set the speeds, but the timings I think work ok :)

I need to go find me some Ryzen overclocking guides!!
 
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That to me, is a darn good CPU!! :) Both of the ones I have where struggling to go past 4.60GHz with 1.25vcore... But then I am very much new to the overclocking of these CPUs, I need some time with them. I need to firstly get the 3600 RAM I have to work with the CPU and then I'm good to go! I think I have to manually set the speeds, but the timings I think work ok :)

I need to go find me some Ryzen overclocking guides!!
Agreed. I´f his chip is stable at those clock at only 1,2 volts. He has indeed a golden chip. Won the silicone lottery sort of speak. All throw i would like to know what type of cooling he has used. Cause i think zen 3 needs less voltage the cooler the silicone is. So i would like to know if it´s custom loop, maybe chilled water loop or dry ice/LN2.

My own 5950X wants 1,375 volts to be stable at 4,65 GHz on all cores on bofh CCD. I tried 4,675 GHz and it failed second run in cinibench. So that cut not be considered stable and i can´t feed it more voltage as i am limited by my aircooling from there on.

I got these scores with 4,65 GHz manuel all core at 1,375 volts and cpu hovering at around 85C with fans maxed out.
 
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well I reinstalled windows Now set to U.E.F.I SSD loads faster scores where low when I have MSI Dragon center & corsair Icue software installed, just uninstalled them.
I'm some where around 4,700mhz-4775 all core and 4,900mhz 4,850mhz single thread. without AC in my room the cpu bounces around from 80C on a hot day(88-90F) max and around 74C max when it's about 72F in here. My memory's only 3,300mhz right now. I bought cheap 16Gbs 3200mhz Corsair RGB pro vengeance This Icue H150i ekite capellix is nice, doing a pretty good job, but My old Coolermaster iseber 240mm that was all copper did better. Makes me want to do an all copper soft tube loop for this beast of a cpu.
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well I reinstalled windows Now set to U.E.F.I SSD loads faster scores where low when I have MSI Dragon center & corsair Icue software installed, just uninstalled them.
I'm some where around 4,700mhz-4775 all core and 4,900mhz 4,850mhz single thread. without AC in my room the cpu bounces around from 80C on a hot day(88-90F) max and around 74C max when it's about 72F in here. My memory's only 3,300mhz right now. I bought cheap 16Gbs 3200mhz Corsair RGB pro vengeance This Icue H150i ekite capellix is nice, doing a pretty good job, but My old Coolermaster iseber 240mm that was all copper did better. Makes me want to do an all copper soft tube loop for this beast of a cpu.
I'd say an additional rad outside the chassis would do better than copper tubing. go with 14cm fans.

Let me see, 64F at midnight here and CineR23 gets
17905 Multi-Core 73°C
1245 Single-core 58°C
coolant 26.7°C
3900x

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Agreed. I´f his chip is stable at those clock at only 1,2 volts. He has indeed a golden chip. Won the silicone lottery sort of speak. All throw i would like to know what type of cooling he has used. Cause i think zen 3 needs less voltage the cooler the silicone is. So i would like to know if it´s custom loop, maybe chilled water loop or dry ice/LN2.

My own 5950X wants 1,375 volts to be stable at 4,65 GHz on all cores on bofh CCD. I tried 4,675 GHz and it failed second run in cinibench. So that cut not be considered stable and i can´t feed it more voltage as i am limited by my aircooling from there on.

I got these scores with 4,65 GHz manuel all core at 1,375 volts and cpu hovering at around 85C with fans maxed out.

Ambient cooling with 2 x 360 , p/p fans.
 
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Are you only running one memory module in the system?

If not, you need to reconfigure your modules. They are only running single channel. You leave out performance by running single channel and those timings are. Sorry to say, quite bad. Have you enabled the memory xmp profile or just chosen cheat memory with weak timings as stock.

Is not to down talk your system. It's just amd ryzen cpu are really dependent on good memory configuration. Meaning dual channel, around 3600 mhz, low timings and if possible dual rank memory as well. Else you really leave out performance and you are not getting all the potential out of you cpu.
 

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Are you only running one memory module in the system?

If not, you need to reconfigure your modules. They are only running single channel. You leave out performance by running single channel and those timings are. Sorry to say, quite bad. Have you enabled the memory xmp profile or just chosen cheat memory with weak timings as stock.

Is not to down talk your system. It's just amd ryzen cpu are really dependent on good memory configuration. Meaning dual channel, around 3600 mhz, low timings and if possible dual rank memory as well. Else you really leave out performance and you are not getting all the potential out of you cpu.
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yes it's single memory. I though I will need more memory later for smoke and pyro simulation.
What should I do with the timings? I set the memory speed to 3200Mhz and enabled precision boost overdrive to set temp limit to 85 instead of 95
 
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yes it's single memory. I though I will need more memory later for smoke and pyro simulation.
What should I do with the timings? I set the memory speed to 3200Mhz and enabled precision boost overdrive to set temp limit to 85 instead of 95
I Will recommend you getting a module more then. You really leave out quite a bit of performance just by running single channel. Games for example suffer a lot when running single channel and your 1 % 0,1 % fps low are far worse than they have to be if you game on your pc. Specially heavy triple AAA titles that need a lot compute power, will suffer from it.

The best you can do if xmp profile is not all ready enabled. Then enable it or go to bios and tweak timings manually. But don't puch memory to far or it will become unstable and give you lots of trouble like bsod, corrupted files and so on. So if you manually tweak memory, it's highly recommended to test memory in different work loads before doing serious work again to prevent data or work loss.

If the above is not an option. Then there is not much else to do than slaughter your piggy bank and get a set better modules. If you go this route. I will recommend to go for 32 GB or 64 gb depending on what you need and go after 3600 mhz and cl16-16-16-36 memory. You can get away with higher timings like 16-19-19-39 if you want to go after cheaper memory. But the first number shut be 16 for a good performance.

To ensure that you run dual rank memory. The best way is to get 4 x 8/16 gb or 2 x 16 gb modules. 8 GB modules typically runs single rank per module and you need 4 modules to run dual channel in dual rank mode. While some 16 gb modules runs dual rank on a single module. But not all does.

That's my best advice I can give.
 
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Here is my scores for cinebench r23. Also the cooler is corsair iCUE H150i ELITE CAPELLIX Liquid CPU Cooler and the rest of the computer info on screenshot
 

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I Will recommend you getting a module more then. You really leave out quite a bit of performance just by running single channel. Games for example suffer a lot when running single channel and your 1 % 0,1 % fps low are far worse than they have to be if you game on your pc. Specially heavy triple AAA titles that need a lot compute power, will suffer from it.

The best you can do if xmp profile is not all ready enabled. Then enable it or go to bios and tweak timings manually. But don't puch memory to far or it will become unstable and give you lots of trouble like bsod, corrupted files and so on. So if you manually tweak memory, it's highly recommended to test memory in different work loads before doing serious work again to prevent data or work loss.

If the above is not an option. Then there is not much else to do than slaughter your piggy bank and get a set better modules. If you go this route. I will recommend to go for 32 GB or 64 gb depending on what you need and go after 3600 mhz and cl16-16-16-36 memory. You can get away with higher timings like 16-19-19-39 if you want to go after cheaper memory. But the first number shut be 16 for a good performance.

To ensure that you run dual rank memory. The best way is to get 4 x 8/16 gb or 2 x 16 gb modules. 8 GB modules typically runs single rank per module and you need 4 modules to run dual channel in dual rank mode. While some 16 gb modules runs dual rank on a single module. But not all does.

That's my best advice I can give.
ok, did some changes, is it better now?

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ok, did some changes, is it better now?

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Those timmings are apselutely better. I assume you dit only change the timmings and nothing to the cpu or other enhancements?

If not, I looks like the tider timmings alone gave around 900 points more in R23, at the multi core score. Makes sense since multi core Is more heavy on the memory than single core. You cut properly get an even better score if you ran dual channel memory as well. But until then that happens. 900 points of ekstra performance i asume you don't complain about.
 
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Here are some info from my bios and score from CINEBENCHR23! Still trying to figure out ryzen cpu to get the max out of it!
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