Cinebench R23 Benchmark - Post you scores here

Discussion in 'Benchmark Mayhem' started by Hilbert Hagedoorn, Nov 11, 2020.

  1. zorandesign

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    When I see 5800X single core and this claimed to be Intel score I completely distrust the new Cinebench iteration. I doubt a 28W is capable of nearly achieving the same single core performance as the new AMD architecture. I am sure the results "from Intel" are fake. Fortunately it's easy to remove them so I can only see the real scores
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    Looks good!
     
  2. Dude1070

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    I use PBO, Ram is 3600 at 10 Minute test was within 100pts on Multi and the same for SC

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  3. zorandesign

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    Check out my score and details and try them out. I am sure you will achieve better score than you already did.
    Either that or the RAM does not make any difference after all. As I am using the cheapest one I could get. But I doubt the RAM doesn't make difference. You are losing points because of throttling. Try the offset voltage, for me -0.0875V turned out to be the sweetest sweet spot. Lower or higher reduce the score. One due to lowering the frequency, the other for increasing the temps. I am using H105 water cooling in push/pull configuration.
     
  4. Undying

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    Ram isnt making any difference here and even if it did you are using 2x16gb dual rank 3000 which is almost fast as his 2x8gb single rank 3600.
     

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  6. zorandesign

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    How do you know he is using single rank?
     
  7. Dude1070

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    Thanks, I will try that. I use a ARCTIC Liquid Freezer II 240
     
  8. -Tj-

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    why is that, Rocket lake is based on new IceLake arch with double L2 cache, which is on par with new Zen3, so 512KB and extra L1 which has now higher L1 then Zen3 (64KB Zen, RL 80KB), plus new optimizations and it is what it is.

    I think desktop version will surpass 1600 mark, just like Zen3 does.
     
  9. zorandesign

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    It is interesting how a 28W 10nm MOBILE CPU Core i7 1165G7 is on par with 65W 7nm DESKTOP ZEN 2 in CB20, but on par with 65W 7nm DESKTOP ZEN 3 in CB23. They must be on something. The test takes 10 minutes, there's no chance on Earth a notebook can maintain turbo for that long. Additionally their turbo is 4.7GHz, which according to your fantasies means the magical Intel mobile 10nm CPU is on par with ZEN 3 IPC wise (or ZEN 2, depending on the moment in time when Intel decided to finance MAXON).
     
  10. CPC_RedDawn

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    3900X
    PBO set to enabled
    Fmax Enhancer set to enabled
    (ALL other PBO settings left at default)
    XMP enabled (3600MHz CL16)
    BIOS: Crosshair VIII Hero Beta BIOS AMD AM4 AGESA V2 PI 1.1.0.0 Patch C
    Global C State enabled
    Ryzen High Performance Power Plan used
    Everything else in BIOS at default values.

    With this AGESA I have noticed a lot higher boost clocks with more or less default settings, now boosting to 4.25-4.3GHz on its own during all core loads, whereas before it boosted to 4.0-4.1GHz. Single core boosts hitting around 4.4-4.5GHz and momentary boosts to 4.65GHz.
     

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  12. geogan

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    Yes is seems PBO was not fully on for me (I had turned it on in Ryzen Master but appears it didn't work). I turned it on in BIOS and now see OC Mode of "Auto Overclocking" in Ryzen Master.

    Re-did my runs and got a small increase from 17115->17768 and 1252->1266

    I didn't touch voltage though yet.

    Note I am only using the stock cooler that came with the 3900X and the temp while running the multi-core was about 83C, so that is obviously affecting all boost. I have plan to get a proper AIO water cooler but can't make up my mind which one yet.

    EDIT: I changed the VSOC from what is was (1.025V) to the offset mode with (-0.0875V) and score went slightly up to 17813 pts. I notice the temperature of CPU did not go down at all - still over 83C so obviously this voltage decrease was still not good enough to lower temps with stock cooler.
     
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  14. Undying

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    Two 8gb sticks most likely single rank.

    Have same 2x16gb aegis as you only 3200 i know they are dual rank.
     
  15. zorandesign

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    I wouldn't come up with conclusions based on "most likely" if I were you in future.
     

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    Here is the test run once, without 10 min duration set as the previous time I did the test. Slightly higher numbers as the frequencies were to be maintained for shorter period of time, thus less heat and higher avg frequency was achieved, obviously from the results.
    Same settings as before:
    3900X @ stock + PBO
    auto vcore with -0.0875V offset
    everything else is stock
    32GB GSkill Aegis DDR4 3000 XMP


    Just want to mention that the results from @CPC_RedDawn are great, but are with ASUS specific PBO feature(Fmax Enhancer ) that works similarly to CTR (not in the crucial methods, but in terms of the results and OC dependent on the silicon lottery )
     
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  17. CPC_RedDawn

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    I ran the test with the default 10 minute duration and get the same score (20 points less tbh) as my 3900X is cooled by a 360mm AIO (arctic) so it stays cooler and boosts higher for longer. My 3900X is also a launch CPU too so silicon lottery probably wasn't the best for me.

    And finally Fmax Enhancer only effects single core boost not multicore. As stated in the BIOS.
     
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    Multi cores : 12535 => 4100MHz => 73°C with Corsair H105 AIO
     
  19. zorandesign

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    You are wrong. The Fmax Enhancer main goal is to boost the multicore performance, not single core. Just like CTR does. That's where it can optimize things, per CCX. The single core frenqencies are what they are and if they depend on the cooling then you'd see much better results than mine(standard 3900X scores). The only reason you achieved better multicore scores is the use of Fmax Enhancer and that's why I brought that up so other 3900X users pay attention to it before they start worrying about their CPU MC performance.
     
  20. zorandesign

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    I think you should try vcorce @ -0.0875 or -0.0750. The max boost of 4.5GHz is not achieved because the resulting vcore with that offset applied is too low. Maybe try and see.
     

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