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ryzen 9 3900x beats Intel 9900k in single and multi cpuz benchmark

charles mondoux

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I validates this run on 10/1/19 . Currently the i9 9900k single core score is sitting at 543 as you can see I strangled 544 single core score out of my r9 3900x the multi core score is obviously going to be higher that's a given but thought i would post this to show if ya win the silicone lottery these chips can compete with the best. Running at 4400mhz let me know what you all think and be gentle I am new to overclocking I'm still learning
 

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Hey nice job!!
You can take screen shots for better clarity.
In windows, hit print screen once. Open up MSPaint. Click paste button and save the file to pictures folder (or other destination) and then simply upload the screen shot from that folder to here. You can also find small screen capture apps that make the process a little more simple.

I'd be interested in seeing multi-core benchmarks too. Productivity does matter!
 
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Not sure what I am looking at...

How about running Cinebench?
 

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Hey nice job!!
You can take screen shots for better clarity.
In windows, hit print screen once. Open up MSPaint. Click paste button and save the file to pictures folder (or other destination) and then simply upload the screen shot from that folder to here. You can also find small screen capture apps that make the process a little more simple.

I'd be interested in seeing multi-core benchmarks too. Productivity does matter!
TY I DID JUST THAT

TY I DID JUST THAT
multi core score is there as well 8901
TY I DID JUST THAT
Not sure what I am looking at...

How about running Cinebench?
TY I DID JUST THAT

Where are your scores for single and multi
Not sure what I am looking at...

How about running Cinebench?
where are your scores for single and multi
 
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Wait what? Huh? I am so lost.

9900K can also be overclocked right? What are you trying to do?
 
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Wait what? Huh? I am so lost.

9900K can also be overclocked right? What are you trying to do?
He's got the scores for multi-threading, just difficult to see....

He was happy to hit 4.4ghz and show some single threaded comparisons.
 
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He's got the scores for multi-threading, just difficult to see....

He was happy to hit 4.4ghz and show some single threaded comparisons.
And? What's the point here? No screenshot just bunch of text? Man I am so lost with these young folks.
 
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He did have a couple of pictures of the monitor. Was removed.
 
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Wait what:confused:

4.4 ghz single core. 3900X is sopose to hit 4.6 ghz single out of box and off cause 3900X beats i9 9900K in multi, that's 12 cores VS. 8 cores.

I need some prof. Screenshot or it never happened.
 
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Lmao, Ryzens owners getting all happy when they can hit single core speeds just 200Mhz below advertised ones, lol
That's how it is with ryzen overclock. When you overclock ryzen, you sacrifice single core performance for better multicore performance.

This is because ryzen cant get pass 4.3 ghz to 4.4 ghz on all core with out needing way to high voltage. Ryzen is out of box all ready pushed hard. The same will happen with the ryzen 9 3950X i am planing to get. If I manuel overclock it to like say 4.3 ghz all core, I will in return have to sacrifice the single core boost to 4.7 ghz.

When people ask me about best ryzen overclock. I tell them for gaming let the cpu be and only use the auto oc as that will increase multicore clock a bit, but not as high as Manuel overclock. But it will not sacrifice the highest single core clock that will benefit games. In the other hand, for people that video convert or doing other things daily that will keep all core at full load. There it is better to sacrifice single core performance for better multi core performance by Manuel overclock all cores higher.

So how you overclock ryzen depends on how your use case is. For me as I game, I will be most benefit from only using auto oc and not sacrifice single core clock for gaming and get that ekstra performance auto oc can give me.
 

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Wait what:confused:

4.4 ghz single core. 3900X is sopose to hit 4.6 ghz single out of box and off cause 3900X beats i9 9900K in multi, that's 12 cores VS. 8 cores.

I need some prof. Screenshot or it never happened.
there you go

Screen shots are back up and yes cpuz shows 9900k at 543

you can clearly see my 544 single and 8901 multi are both better then 9900k
 
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This is just at a base 5Ghz with the 9900k.
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Stock 3900X
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I validates this run on 10/1/19 . Currently the i9 9900k single core score is sitting at 543 as you can see I strangled 544 single core score out of my r9 3900x the multi core score is obviously going to be higher that's a given but thought i would post this to show if ya win the silicone lottery these chips can compete with the best. Running at 4400mhz let me know what you all think and be gentle I am new to overclocking I'm still learning
strangled it? glad you are happy with your chip really thats all that matters, sucks when things dont go right on a overclock and error's start occurring, i was hoping you would show the 3900x strangling the 9900k in a game bench :p , congrats.
 

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nooo lol just showing it a bit higher is all 3900x will never beat a 9900 in that respect just happy with my scores

and go look at validated scores on cpuz bud
 
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nooo lol just showing it a bit higher is all 3900x will never beat a 9900 in that respect just happy with my scores

and go look at validated scores on cpuz bud
Yeah, the 3900X is an amazing CPU would definitely recommend it over the 9900k.
I edited my above post because it came off as much harsher than I intended.
 
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I'm happy with your results but you have to understand that the 3900x is a 12 core cpu vs 9900k being a 8 core cpu. The 3900x is naturally going to be better at multi-cores scores.
My laptop has a 8 core cpu, i9 9880h, I'm sure it will score way higher than a 4 core i7 7700hq laptop cpu.
 
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I'm happy with your results but you have to understand that the 3900x is a 12 core cpu vs 9900k being a 8 core cpu. The 3900x is naturally going to be better at multi-cores scores.
My laptop has a 8 core cpu, i9 9880h, I'm sure it will score way higher than a 4 core i7 7700hq laptop cpu.
Get outta here with your sense making and "Mathematics". :p
 
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there you go

Screen shots are back up and yes cpuz shows 9900k at 543

you can clearly see my 544 single and 8901 multi are both better then 9900k
I see. But with stock cpu, you may get a better single core score as 3900X boost to 4.6 ghz.
 
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In my book this counts for alot. The single core performance on AMD's part is encouraging to me. My i7 at 5GHz in my signature below also beats a 9900k single core. In truth we all know that a 9900k with a single core boosted (even stock boost) is unbeatable but I always appreciate and observe ipc/clock speed stats. Keep up the optimism.
 
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