Discussion in 'Benchmark Mayhem' started by Hilbert Hagedoorn, Mar 6, 2019.
i7-8700k at 4.9, 3200 DDR 4, 16, 18, 18, 36, 560 2T
Single run is now broken having updated windows to 2004. Lost 100 points on the 3950x.
Not sure if its just this chip but my single core perf remains the same elsewhere.
Nevermind its come from a problem with windows 2004 with the EDC glitch on PBO
this time i try 6850K @ 4.5.
10900k@5600 with Apex should have much higher score I have 100pts less on the cheapest GB and 5400mhz on the previous page.
Here's my 3900x best score obtained 8532
I've literally never used cinebench before I have a new Ryzen 3600 and thought I'd give it a go, all stock, score: 3617
Is this on par ? I ran it twice, second time 3616 after setting a -0.075 offset in BIOS.
OH RAM is 3200Mhz Corsair CL16
And for some reason my 3600 seems to settle at 4025Mhz during the cinebench run - not 4200? Cheers.
Are you all core overclocking? My 3900X scores around 7.1-7.2K points on stock settings with 3733MHz CL16 memory.
Ccx oc. You can see the ccx speeds in the picture.
Got all core to 4.3GHz but needed 1.4625 vcore for it to finish a run of CBR20 without either crashing the app or the PC shutting down. CPU temps hit 95.4C this is with a 360mm Arctic Liquid Freezer 2 AIO as well with 3 noctua fans at full speed. The room I am in atm is boiling hot though. I wouldn't be surprised if the room temp is atleast 35C+ ambient if not more.
This is with 3733MHz RAM @ CL16 1.35v
This literally a day one 3900X as well so the silicon lottery was never gonna be in my favour. Normally the CPU boosts to 4.65GHz with stock setting and just letting PBO do its thing and temps during gaming never exceed 55-62C depending on the game. Clocks hover around the 4.2-4.4 mark.
This was with the box prior mounting the water block
x44 all CCXs
Yeah that seems about right. Here's mine with no overclock. I think mine was 4075 all core load.
Appreciate that, thank you
I was hitting around 6500 points on my 3900X and couldn't for the life of me tell why it was so slow. I tried everything, new bios got released for my C8H board a few days ago. I was in fact on 2 versions older. I went to flash the BIOS the normal way I've always done using Asus EZ Flash. Got an error message "file can't be read"..... strange, I had upzipped the .cap file and placed it in the root of my C drive like I have always done.
I thought, well I am 2 versions behind so I will try stepping up 1 version at a time. So I grabbed the previous bios build (still newer than my version). I selected the file and this time I got no error message, Asus EZ flash did nothing. I selected it again and hit enter on "do you want to read from this file"..... and again nothing happened I left it a good 10 minutes to see if there was an issue and nothing.
I had to force flash through using the USB flashback tool by renaming the newest BIOS file and placing it on a USB stick and holding the bios flashback button. This took around 3 minutes (if that) and I was now on the latest BIOS.
With new AMD AGESA V2 220.127.116.11 (as opposed to 18.104.22.168)
Now my Score is back to normal ground with just stock motherboard settings and 3600MHz XMP enabled.
My previous BIOS flash from the older version must have either been dodgey, or I have read on the Asus forums that the build I was on (2103) was a VERY bad build for a lot of people.
Now to test this new BIOS and AGESA out and try and hit over my previous best of 7566 @ 4.3GHz
Ryzen 2700x @ 4.15 fixed clock all cores.
GSkill RAM OC to 3400 w/ 14-14-14-14 timings using Ryzen DRAM calculator.