Cinebench Benchmark

Discussion in 'Benchmark Mayhem' started by PhazeDelta1, Sep 30, 2013.

  1. danrleycs

    danrleycs New Member

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    I´ll get a screenshot later, but I got 165fps and 891cb on my PC.
    I just installed a Hackintosh and got 114 fps, and 855cb with Webdriver from Nvidia. Can´t post screenshots or links yet :/ ... that´s my first post.
     
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  2. JLMonty

    JLMonty New Member

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    Ok, dumb ?
    Why does Cinebench R15 only test me at 4c/8t on my AMD FX-9590 8-core processor? Limits on cache maybe? A setting somewhere in Cinebench?

    Thanks!
     
  3. michaelmk86

    michaelmk86 Master Guru

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    The old x58 platform still kicking.

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  4. Erro

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    @ above poster. Nice to see an X58 platform still alive and kicking! :)

    Some results from 6700k with 24x200MHz (4.8Ghz) overclock:
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  5. Athlonite

    Athlonite Maha Guru

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    because that's how it works 4 modules 8 cores is the same as 4 cores 8 threads
    1 module = 2 cores = 2 threads for AMD
    1 core = 2 hyperthreads = 2 threads for Intel
     
  6. mohiuddin

    mohiuddin Master Guru

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    Wow, mine is also x5650
    @4.4 score 1025 vcorr@1.336
    Stability could run cinebench multiple times. Did not run prime. Will try later.
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  7. masteratarms

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    No OS tweaks.
     
  8. -Tj-

    -Tj- Ancient Guru

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    Looking good :nerd:


    Whats your openGL score by Cinebench15?
     
  9. Erro

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    Thanks, been playing around a bit on baseclock OC. To be honest I haven't yet run a openCL bench... I'll have to get back to you on that.
     
  10. Vellinious

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    I was having some fun with the clocks the other day while I was testing some different GPU bios settings. = P

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  12. evilos

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  13. sTOrM41

    sTOrM41 Master Guru

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    any idea on how to overclock my new 5 year old dell t3500 workstation^^?
     
  14. cowie

    cowie Ancient Guru

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    you probably need setfsb that is if the clock generator works with that.
    dought you will get much since the bios has no voltage adding or anything
     
  15. Athlonite

    Athlonite Maha Guru

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    Has this been updated at all since RC83328demo
     

  16. A M D BugBear

    A M D BugBear Ancient Guru

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    Heres mine, Hope you ALL like it:


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  17. cudarenderer

    cudarenderer Guest

    @A M D BugBear: Why do you want 2xCPU? Why do you keep GTX 970? But I'm recommended you sell 2xCPU Xeon to buy desktop CPU and you buy Quadro M6000 or wait new P6000 (Pascal) during 1 or 2 month(s) because GPU is much faster than CPU Xeon.
     
  18. A M D BugBear

    A M D BugBear Ancient Guru

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    Well I was thinking about 2 Xeons for quite some time, Mainly for rosette@home/Folding@home/getting into 3d modelling, etc,etc. and also, the main reason why you see me with the 2 gtx 970's now is that I am waiting for pascal to make its debut, once that happens, both of theses gpu's are going into my prior/dad's system, then looking into the higher end pascal, yum yum, Looking into polaris too, but mainly pascal at this point, been so for a long time.
     
  19. cudarenderer

    cudarenderer Guest

    Ok. I try to send PM message you... but can't work!?! :confused:
     
  20. jura11

    jura11 Ancient Guru

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    Hi there

    Most of renderers are still using more and more CPU and if he thinking get to the 3D modelling then CPU will be better choice and if they use GPU for rendering,there are few features which are not available for GPU rendering

    CUDA based renderers like Octane from V3 will support CPU and AMD GPU too via their cross compiler,something like IRAY is different story and I don't think there will be some sort of cross-compiler,I would give try AMD FireRender which is available on Github,its not CUDA based,but OpenCL

    Going with Quadro for rendering I wouldn't do that,I'm using above mentioned CUDA based renderers with Titan X and I've done few quick tests in our work with K6000 and M6000 against my Titan X,in rendering Titan X has been marginally faster,viewport this is much better on Quadro GPU

    Hope thus helps

    Thanks,Jura
     

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