Discussion in 'Benchmark Mayhem' started by PhazeDelta1, Sep 30, 2013.
The GPU scores are all over the place. It seems a bit odd to see old cards scoring higher than new sh1t just because of Haswell. :thumbdown
yeah. But has your AMD-ATi driver OpenGL 4.3? What's your videocard? R9 290 or R9 290X?
I, being poor, could only stretch to a 280X. Tread softly because you tread on my 280X.
It's weird seeing a GTX 560 scoring higher than newer cards because of a newer CPU. The 2600K still kicks ass. If it didn't I would have got something newer but the newer Intel chips are a pointless upgrade from a 2600K.
I've got a better card than a 560 in my server. MY SERVER.
7800 series beats OCd 760 ?
My Rig in my Sig
I never used this before
Is this any good?
Multi is good since its a 6core (12thread), but single core is kinda slow compared to lets say 4770k @4.7GHz with 188cb.
Yeah my single thread was running at 4.2Ghz
Hey guys, can someone explain me why I get 60fps in the Cinebench R15 and 70fps in the R11.5 OpenGL tests with a 780@1254Mhz??
R15 Single core was firstname.lastname@example.orgGhz iirc.
Any ideas as to why my OpenGL score is so low ?
Because this useless benchmark was designed by someone who seems to think performance in OpenGL depends on what CPU u have, not your Graphics Card.
Ironic since the "G" in "GL" is short for Graphics.
Cinebench 11.5 was great. Cinebench 15 is worthless.
L O L
Okay thanks PM !
I got a small boost in Cinebench 11.5 too, I think my old cpu did ~52-57fps or so.. Now 96fps
^ Daatt IPC!! :eek3:
Not bad a, btw what's IPC >> MP ratio? :nerd:
I would like to know too. I'm guessing its just the IPC scaling per core based on the multithreaded score.
I recently got an i7-960 and a DX58SO motherboard from my brother-in-law and over clocked it to 4.4GHz. My main rig which is an i5-3570k also clocked at 4.4Ghz scores lower than the i7-960 in Cinebench.
IIRC the i7-960 score 658 multi thread and my i5-3570k score 626 multi thread, will check single thread performance and post pics after work.
Just funny wouldn't have expected a CPU that's almost three generations older than mine to outperform it. Would you guys reckon this is normal ? Is it because the i7 is a quad core WITH hyper threading as opposed to just a quad core ?
Maybe the single thread score will tell a different story, will see.
Yes its because of HT.
Single threaded will be faster, no doubt :nerd: