- Oct 6, 2004
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|System Name||OCD (Overclocking Compulsive Disorder)|
|Processor||Ryzen R7 2700X (stock/XFR OC)|
|Motherboard||Aorus AX370-Gaming 5 (planned x570 upgrade when they come out)|
|Cooling||Corsair H115i Pro W/ Corsair ML RGB fans|
|Memory||16GB DDR4 3200 Corsair Vengeance RGB Pro|
|Video Card(s)||MSI GTX 1080 Gaming X (BIOS mod to Gaming Z) w/ NZXT Kraken x52 AIO|
|Storage||1TB Sasmsung 970 Pro NVME + 1TB Intel 6000 Pro NVME|
|Display(s)||Phillips 328m6fjrmb (32" 1440p 144hz curved) + Sony KD-55X8500F (55" 4K HDR)|
|Case||Fractal Design R6 Gunmetal Grey (Type C TG)|
|Audio Device(s)||Pioneer VSX-519V + Yamaha YHT-270 + Corsair Void pro RGB, Blue Yeti mic|
|Power Supply||Corsair HX 750i (Platinum, fan off til 300W)|
|Mouse||Logitech G703 + PowerPlay mousepad|
|Keyboard||Corsair K65 Rapidfire|
|Software||Windows 10 pro x64 (all systems)|
|Benchmark Scores||Laptops: i7-4510U + 840M 2GB (touchscreen) 275GB SSD + 16GB i7-2630QM + GT 540M + 8GB|
For example 3dmark06, his cpu score at default settings was only about 100 or so points better than mine, me at default settings as well ofcourse. Meaning it is slightly quicker clock for clock. However reason why they score soo much higher overall is because while the Phenoms tend to crap out after 3.0 GHz, the Q6600 will go close or even up to and past 4.0 GHz.
My findings were the same as yours, in that my 2.4GHz quad OC'd to 3.6GHz, while my 2.8GHz FX62 crapped out at 3GHz, leaving the intel far, far in the lead.
its overclocking where intel is better, not at stock.